Guest Post: New Board President Sarah Bernstein on Getting Involved with PILI

“We at PILI are committed to our mission to cultivate a lifelong commitment to public interest law and pro bono service within the Illinois legal community. We would love for you to be a part of that journey”.

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Introducing New Board Leadership and Members

As we start a new fiscal year, we are introducing board leadership for two-year terms and welcome several new board members.

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Introducing New Alumni Network Leadership

Welcoming Emily Seymore as Chair, Jessica Schneider as Chair-Elect and David Scriven-Young as Vice Chair.

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Thank You to Reed Smith Volunteers

Five attorneys from Reed Smith volunteered at PILI’s September Legal Prep Community Legal Clinic.

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PILI Welcomes Equal Justice Works Fellow Shelby Smith

PILI is excited to welcome Shelby Smith, an Equal Justice Works Fellow sponsored by Deere & Company, Lane & Waterman LLP, and Riley Safer Holmes & Cancilia LLP.

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PILI Welcomes Equal Justice Works Fellow Shelby Smith

PILI is excited to welcome Shelby Smith, an Equal Justice Works Fellow sponsored by Deere & Company, Lane & Waterman LLP, and Riley Safer Holmes & Cancilia LLP.

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Guest Post: Looking Back at PILI’s Accomplishments Under Board President Brad Lane

This is a guest post from outgoing PILI Board of Directors President, Brad Lane. Brad is an intellectual property litigator and shareholder at Brinks Gilson & Lione.

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PILI Thanks Board Members for Their Service

As our fiscal year comes to a close, we’d like to thank several of our board members for their service.

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Fifth Judicial Circuit Pro Bono Committee Hosts Legal Answers Volunteer Program

On August 9th, the Fifth Judicial Circuit Pro Bono Committee co-sponsored a Free Legal Answers volunteer program at Tapella & Eberspacher in Charleston. 

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Baker McKenzie Adopts August Legal Prep Community Law Clinic

Attorneys assisted with issues including eviction and order of protection. 

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