Read the 2016 Year in Review

This Annual Report is a snapshot of PILI’s most recently completed fiscal year, detailing our accomplishments and impact across Illinois.

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Volunteers Needed for the Legal Prep Community Law Clinic

Alumni volunteers are needed for the Legal Prep Community Law Clinic on January 17th. Sign up now!

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Volunteers Needed at Legal Advice Clinic in Peoria

Attorney and paralegal volunteers are needed to staff a free legal clinic in Peoria and provide one-time advice.

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Volunteers Needed for Self-Represented Litigant Help Desks in the Tenth Judicial Circuit in 2017

Sign up now to volunteer at the Tenth Judicial Circuit Pro Bono Committee’s monthly self-represented litigant help desks in Peoria and Tazewell Counties.

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Support PILI with a Year-End Gift

You can be a part of this movement, a part of this legacy of service, by making a donation today.

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PILI Welcomes New Administrative Assistant, Karen Lazcano

Karen ensures the efficient day-to-day operations of PILI and provides support for our programs and staff.

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2016 Distinguished Intern Alumni Award: Emily L. Seymore

“Emily is part of the next generation of lawyers who are not just talking about problems with our courts, but who is working to bring about systemic reform.”

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2016 Distinguished PILI Fellow Alumni Award: Kristen E. Hudson

“Kristen has a heart of gold and the tenacity of a tiger. A true believer in pro bono, she clearly has a lifetime commitment to it.”

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2016 Pro Bono Initiative Award: Pro Bono Network

“PBN has carved a niche for itself in expanding pro bono services through its ability to connect talented, service-minded attorneys with limited availability, with substantive volunteer opportunities they may not have otherwise discovered.”

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2016 Distinguished Public Service Award: Harold C. Hirshman

“Harold Hirshman is that rare attorney – an extraordinary litigator who also has a deep compassion for the disenfranchised.”

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