TrustLaw pro bono program from Thomson Reuters

Today at Open Source Bridge in Portland, Kate Chapman, formerly of Humanitarian Open Street Map Team and now with Cadasta Foundation, recommended this service for potential open source foundational needs:

Essentially it’s a match-making service between legal professionals looking to provide pro bono services (as there is an expectation to do) and organizations who need such services.

Please take a look at their web site and share your thoughts whether or not we should try to get a profile set up. Of course, we also need to understand what our needs/requests would be (perhaps IRS exemption filings or other things) but it might be good to have something on hand if necessary. What do you think?

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This is not a promise of my forever services, nor is it a desire to be exclusive with you. This is merely a reminder that I lurk here as a friend and a lawyer hoping to help LibreHealth. :smiley: Let me know if you need me.


Always grateful for your help @lrosen :slight_smile: