Public Interest Lawyers


Often we see cases where people, who are in need of legal representation cannot afford to hire an attorney. In such cases, a Public Interest Lawyer voluntarily takes up the case. Offering individualized legal services to the clients, such lawyers are a part of non-profit organizations and government agencies. They charge minimal or no fees from their clients as they usually work with charitable or international organizations. Such types of lawyers specialize in criminal representation where they offer counsel to the criminals who cannot afford legal representation for themselves. Besides, they do non-profit work and take up class-action lawsuits against big companies accused of malpractice that poses risk to a community.