Opinion Public sector and local authority National pro bono scheme set up for employment law sector By The Lawyer 11 July 2005 00:17 14 December 2015 02:33 Sign in or register to continue reading. It's FREE Sign in Email Password Keep me logged in Forgot your password? Not registered? It's FREE! Register now Register with The Lawyer Anonymous 17 September 2008 at 21:05 employment law As an employee I have found it difficult to find a pro bono lawyer willing to take on a large organisation such as the one i work for. Every one tells me i have a good case including the EHRDC but still have to prove my case. This has made me so ill i recently had a heart attack with stress and the thought that my employer are considering dismissal instead of ill health retirement as proposed by my own GP. Is anyone willing to assist a very deserted employee who is about to lose her home? Reply Link Patricia Allen 9 August 2010 at 23:23 I was forced into early retirement last year. I am looking for serious help soon to help me prove retaliation against a large organization. I have 30 days to prove my case, however maybe I can request an extension. this has caused great anxiety-almost homeless. I’m looking for help in Connecticut, USA. Reply Link Anonymous 21 July 2012 at 02:55 retaliation/disability termination because service connect disability benefits, because how i answerd question #6 on the benefitsapplication, saying that i didn,t report a past injury Reply Link Anonymous 8 November 2012 at 15:37 Fact is, if pro bono lawyers are only prepared to take on cases that are sure fire winners, this is not going to assist people at the stage where their case needs investigating carefully and methodically to gather evidence, and assess the merits. Reply Link Name Email Cancel reply Threaded commenting powered by interconnect/it code.