Alumni Network Leadership Council Welcomes Four New Members

Reginald Cloyd, Emily Coffey, April Faith-Slaker and Elin Park have all joined the Alumni Council.

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Tenth Judicial Circuit Pro Bono Committee Hosts Successful Family Law CLE

Twenty-eight attorneys attended this training and can now volunteer to handle pro bono family law matters.

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Highlights from 2016 Law Firm Pro Bono Roundtable

This year, we discussed casting a wide net and creatively exploring all available resources when building a pro bono program.

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PILI Elects New Board Member, Vera A. Nackovic

Vera is a partner at Mayer Brown and Alumna of PILI’s Graduate Fellowship Program.

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Summer Internship and Fellowship Applications Open Now

While many positions are still available, several agencies are interviewing now, so it is best to apply as early as possible.

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PILI Board Member Spotlight: Susan Zielke

“I enjoy working alongside dedicated private attorneys who see the need for pro bono, and the value of giving back with their legal ability.”

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2015 Distinguished PILI Intern Alumni Award: Cynthia Cornelius

“Cynthia is making a significant contribution to developing a new generation of future lawyers who understand their responsibility to extend legal services to some of our most vulnerable members of society and to do so with a generous heart.”

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2015 Distinguished PILI Fellow Alumni Award: Jordan Heinz

“Jordan treats each pro bono client as special. He connects with his clients and does his very best for them. Jordan is, without a doubt, the kindest, most sincere, dedicated PILl Alumnus doing pro bono work today.”

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2015 Pro Bono Initiative Award: United Airlines

“The needs and rewards from giving back to the community and helping those in need are so great that everyone should be given the opportunity and resources to make it a priority.”

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2015 Distinguished Public Service Award: Chief Justice Rita B. Garman

“She has opened doors for other women lawyers, encouraged judges to improve their skills, and led efforts to make the justice system in our state more fair. “

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