PILI Pro Bono Spotlight: Seyfarth Shaw LLP

“Overall, the hallmark of our pro bono program is innovation. We really try to think creatively about ways to remove barriers to access to justice.”

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Tickets on Sale Now for Play for PILI, April 28th!

You are invited to an evening of arcade games, drinks, tacos and prizes for only $25.

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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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