SAVE THE FROGS! is seeking lawyers knowledgeable in environmental law, nonprofit law and estate law, who are willing to offer their services on a volunteer basis. This can range from providing your services a couple hours a week, to handling an entire case, or just being available in case we ever have a few quick questions. If we receive any assistance from you, we will acknowledge you on this web page and provide a link to your professional web site.
Endangered species are entitled legal protection from threats to their populations. This legal protection is meaningless however without knowledgeable lawyers dedicated to enforcing the legislation. Land developers, mining/extraction/chemical companies and other large businesses have millions of dollars to pay lawyers and lobbyists to ensure that their business practices continue undeterred by environmental regulations. On the contrary, nowhere on the planet does there exist a team of lawyers dedicated to protecting amphibians' rights, and thus even to this day endangered amphibian populations are detroyed by human mis-management.
A primary goal of SAVE THE FROGS! is to employ a team of paid environmental lawyers dedicated exclusively to defending amphibians' legal rights. We are currently soliciting donations for our Amphibian Legal Defense Fund. Please click here to donate, or contact us if you are an environmental lawyer.
We are currently seeking the advice of lawyers & accountants knowledgeable in nonprofit law.
We are seeking an estate lawyer who will prepare precise wording that we can suggest people use in their Will when leaving behests to SAVE THE FROGS!.
Please contact us if you are willing to volunteer your services. Thanks!
Hello - I am a first year law student at Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon focusing on environmental law. I was excited to come across the lawyers for frogs section on the Save the Frogs website and see your intention to eventually have full time attorneys working for frog conservation. One of my reasons for coming to law school was that I felt like a lot of what needed to be done for making major strides in amphibian conservation lie more in the realm of legal and policy actions. -- Jenny Loda