PILI’s Law Student Intern and Graduate Fellow Orientation provides a valuable learning experience, establishing a solid foundation for its Interns and Fellews from which they can better serve clients and the organizations at which they work this summer.
PILI’s Law Student Intern and Graduate Fellow Orientation experience a tour of the Richard J. Daley Center, where many Interns and Fellows will go to civil court over the summer, as well as explore the Cook County Law Library and offices of the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
This seminar will highlight the significant changes to the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act and the Parentage Act that recently went into effect, impacting parentage, divorce, and child custody as well as the overhaul of the Illinois child support formula which is set to take effect on July 1.
Learn strategies to interview low-income clients in a variety of settings as well as the tools needed to elicit information needed to assist them, including questioning techniques, approaches to make the client feel comfortable, and how to structure the interview.
PILI’s Annual Pro Bono Reception celebrates the inspiring and life-changing pro bono work being done in Illinois through effective pro bono programs, innovative partnerships, and the unwavering dedication of individual attorneys and legal professionals. This event also supports the work of PILI’s Pro Bono Initiative Program.
This seminar will address how we can become more aware of our own assumptions, behaviors and impact, especially when we are interacting with people whom we (consciously and unconsciously) see as different from us.
Enjoy a fun night at a baseball game with PILI Interns, Fellows & Alumni. PILI will have a limited number of complimentary tickets available on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration will be open as long as tickets are available. If you have any questions or problems with the form, please contact Program Manager Brent Page […]