TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Sarah Hayman on Feb 29, 2012

A UALR William H. Bowen School School of Law graduate has developed the first interactive pro bono mobile app available to Arkansas pro bono attorneys free of charge through iTunes.

Through their iPhones, licensed Arkansas attorneys can now view pro bono cases representing low-income Arkansans, sort through those cases based on legal topic and county, and request cases with a push of a button.

"I couldn't fit the typical pro bono client scenario into my normal business day," Whaley said, "but I knew I wanted to do something to help low-income Arkansans achieve better access to justice." Read the full story