Public Interest Law Initiative

Social and Economic Impact of Transactional Pro Bono Work

Judges Panel

From applying for federal tax exemption to drafting start-up documents, transactional pro bono work plays a critical role in community and business development. Learn how your transactional pro bono assistance to nonprofits and other community groups can make an impact from an individual to macro level.

Speakers:

  • Jody Adler, Director, Community Law Project
  • Paul Harrison, Tax Clinic Director, Center for Economic Progress
  • Marci Rolnik Walker, Legal Director, Lawyers for the Creative Arts

Enter the building at 304 South State Street and give your name to security.

Lunch will be provided for everyone in attendance. Online registration is required by 12:00 p.m. on Monday, July 30th. If you have questions or problems with the form, please contact Belinda Bing by email or by phone at 312-832-5127.

Venue: The John Marshall Law School, Room 1200


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