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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PILI Celebrates One Year of the Legal Prep Community Law Clinic

Thank you to all those who volunteered and helped coordinate the clinic so far! We are excited to continue this program next year.

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Thank You to Kirkland & Ellis LLP for Adopting the November Legal Prep Community Law Clinic

Six attorneys from Kirkland & Ellis LLP volunteered at the November Legal Prep Community Law Clinic, providing free legal assistance to six clients.

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Three PILI Alumni Named to 2015 List of 40 Illinois Attorneys Under Forty to Watch

Congratulations to Ryan Bennett, Tiffany Harper and Lydia Wahlke.

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Thanks to Reed Smith for Adopting the Legal Prep Community Law Clinic in October!

Four volunteer lawyers assisted clients on October 13th.

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PILI Announces Alumni Network Leadership Council Changes

Kate Pomper Costello has been named Chair and Jordan Heinz has been named Vice Chair.

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Thanks to Brinks Gilson & Lione for Adopting the Legal Prep Community Law Clinic in September!

Five volunteer lawyers assisted clients on September 8th.

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PILI Alumna Elizabeth Lewis Elected to Board of Directors

Elizabeth is a partner at McDermott Will & Emery and the Chair of PILI’s Alumni Network Leadership Council.

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PILI Alumna Amanda Walsh Receives Prestigious Equal Justice Works Fellowship

Amanda will work at the AIDS Legal Council of Chicago to establish the Family Preservation Project.

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