In a marriage of pro bono platforms, Paladin, a company whose platform connects lawyers with opportunities to provide free legal help, has acquired Pro Bono Manager, a product developed by Pro Bono Net to enable large law firms to manage and measure their pro bono programs.
This is the first acquisition for the nine-year-old Paladin, a company that counts billionaire Shark Tank panelist Mark Cuban among its backers. In 2022, Paladin raised $8 million in a Series A round and has raised total capital of more than $12 million.
Customers of Pro Bono Manager — almost all of whom are Am Law 100 law firms — will be eventually migrated to Paladin’s platform. Pro Bono Net will continue to support Pro Bono Manager until the transition is complete.
Mark O’Brien, cofounder and executive director of Pro Bono Net, is joining Paladin as an advisor. The two companies say they will continue to collaborate

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