PILI is excited to introduce two of our newest PILI Alumni Class Representatives, Michael Parks of Thompson Coburn and Angela Frye of Verizon Wireless.
Three volunteers spent the evening assisting low-income clients with legal issues including adoption, tort defense and a name change.
Thank you to attorneys from Ropes & Gray who volunteered at the Legal Prep Community Law Clinic on Tuesday, April 10th.
Attorneys from Mayer Brown volunteered at the Legal Prep Community Law Clinic on Tuesday, March 6th.
“Knowing that my work impacts real people in need of legal assistance instilled in me a sense of responsibility that I will carry forward long after the end of the summer.”
“As lawyers, we represent an extremely privileged segment of society. With that privilege comes the responsibility to use our skills to better our communities and our world.”
Eleanor will be working at Equip for Equality, where she did her PILI Internship, to provide advocacy and direct representation to elementary school children with disabilities.
We spoke with three PILI Alumni Couples about their experience as PILIs and how their commitment to service plays a role in their relationships.
Thank you to the attorneys from Chapman and Culter LLP who volunteered at the February Legal Prep Community Law Clinic.
“I came to law school knowing I wanted to practice public interest law, and that my career, however it took shape, was going to be committed to helping those who need help the most. That commitment has only been enhanced by the Internship experiences PILI has allowed me to have.”