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  • ACBA Golf Tournament

    The ACBA will host this year’s golf and bocce tournaments at Longue Vue Club on Monday, July 22. Join us for golf on the 18-hole championship course or play bocce, a game suitable for players at all skill levels. Click here for more information.

  • 2022-2023 Gratitude Report

    2023 has been another successful year for the Foundation. We revamped our long-standing Fellows program to become Fellows GIVE, with more of a focus on participatory grant-making for all active Fellows. Read more about the work we do to provide justice for all here.

  • Attorneys Against Hunger

    The ACBF’s Attorneys Against Hunger campaign is now in its 30th year of raising funds to fight hunger in Allegheny County. Last year, our supporters helped us raise over $128,000 to support hunger services and pantries that serve our neighbors affected by food insecurity.

  • Pro Bono Center

    The Pro Bono Center mobilizes well-trained volunteers to help meet the legal needs of individuals with low incomes in Allegheny County who are facing problems that threaten basic needs such as housing, employment, and healthy family structures.

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Attorneys

As the heart of Pittsburgh’s legal community, we aim to empower legal professionals at every level to become change makers for good.

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Law Students

The ACBF offers numerous scholarship, loan, and grant opportunities for law school students, legal aid organizations and others.

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General Public

The Pro Bono Center mobilizes well-trained volunteers to help meet the legal needs of individuals with low incomes in Allegheny County.

Jill Lipman Beck with children at Strike Out Hunger

Programs and Fellowships

Our programs are designed to support members of the legal community in their efforts to give back, joining our mission to promote justice for every member of our community.  

Loans and Scholarships

With philanthropic support from members of the Allegheny County legal community, the ACBF is able to provide tuition assistance to tomorrow’s legal professionals through a number of loan and scholarship opportunities designed to ease the financial barriers faced by many law students.

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Get Involved

The Allegheny County Bar Foundation provides educational programming, promotes public awareness of the legal and judicial systems, renders legal services to low-income clients and provides financial assistance and grants to legal related organizations.

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About The Foundation

The Allegheny County Bar Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, was established in 1980 by the Allegheny County Bar Association (ACBA) to conduct a broad range of educational and charitable activities related to the law.

Pro Bono Center

The Pro Bono Center mobilizes well-trained volunteers to help meet the legal needs of individuals with low incomes in Allegheny County who are facing problems that threaten basic needs such as housing, employment, and healthy family structures.