TrustLaw: An Introduction to Legal Pro Bono


Tuesday, July 13, 2021


03:00 PM America/New_York

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Taproot Foundation has partnered with TrustLaw, the global legal pro bono program of the Thomson Reuters Foundation, for a webinar on how nonprofits and social enterprises can access their network of law firms and in-house counsels for free legal assistance. 

During this 1-hour webinar, experts from TrustLaw will cover: 

  • An introduction to TrustLaw and the range of legal resources offered through their programs 
  • Common legal issues affecting social good organizations that they can receive immediate guidance on navigating 
  • Tips and tools for accessing legal help as a member of the TrustLaw NGO community 

Webinar attendees will gain an understanding of the legal issues and protections that can save their organization time, resources, and headache in the future, as well as a greater awareness of the legal issues that TrustLaw can support. There will be time for Q&A at the end of the presentation! 

Access to this webinar and Taproot Plus, Taproot's online platform for business pro bono, is completely free of cost for nonprofits, fiscally sponsored social good organizations, public schools, and small businesses.


Josh Koenig, TrustLaw

Josh joined the Thomson Reuters Foundation in September 2019. As Programme Officer for North America and the Caribbean, he develops TrustLaw’s relationships with our social enterprise, non-profit, and legal members across the region.
Prior to joining the Foundation, Josh worked as a Programme Associate for the Chicago Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights, the Chicago-affiliate of the US civil rights non-profit. While at the Chicago Lawyers’ Committee, he supported a successful campaign to amend the Cook County Human Rights Ordinance to add additional protections for individuals seeking housing with criminal backgrounds.
In 2018, Josh participated in the inaugural cohort of the Obama Foundation’s Community Leadership Corps, a 6-month programme for young leaders in the US aged 18-25. He has also volunteered with the Shriver Center on Poverty Law, and worked as a political organizer.
Josh holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Dartmouth College. He has lived in Australia and China in addition to the United States, and studied in Spain and the United Kingdom.

Taproot Foundation

The Taproot Foundation drives social change by leading, mobilizing, and engaging professionals in pro bono service.