Pro-Bono Attorney Interest Form
Anticipating an unprecedented number of election integrity-related whistleblowers, Government Accountability Project is recruiting and organizing pro-bono attorney support across the nation to support the Democracy Protection Initiative. Attorneys interested in assisting the Democracy Protection Initiative on a pro-bono basis are encouraged to fill out the interest form below.

Volunteer attorneys will work alongside Dana Gold, Government Accountability Project’s Senior Counsel and Director of Education, and a team of experienced whistleblower attorneys. Responsibilities may include participating in client intakes, drafting whistleblower disclosures, conducting legal research, and advising Government Accountability Project on client-specific legal issues relative to your expertise. Experience with whistleblower law is encouraged, but not required. Volunteer attorneys must be licensed to practice law within the United States.

If you are interested in helping the Democracy Protection Initiative protect our fragile democracy through whistleblower advocacy, please fill out the interest form below.
First Name *
Last Name *
Email Address *
Phone number *
Are you a member of a state bar, in good standing, and licensed to practiced law in the United States? *
If yes, what year were you first admitted to practice?
If yes, please list all areas you are licensed to practice law.
Where do you primarily practice law? *
What are your areas of legal expertise? *
Please describe your availability through January 31, 2021. *
Please describe any experience you have with representing whistleblowers or whistleblower law. *
Why would you like to volunteer for the Democracy Protection Initiative? *
What type of legal work would you be most interested in? *
Please send a resume, statement of interest, Linkedin, or website link describing your relevant experience to
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