PILI Alumni Spotlight: Sean Morales-Doyle

“I knew when I went to law school that I wanted to get involved in public interest work. I wasn’t sure what that meant or what I wanted to do. PILI gave me an opportunity to explore different opportunities.”

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Thank You to Kirkland and United for Staffing the November Legal Clinic!

Volunteers from Kirkland & Ellis and United Airlines volunteered at the Legal Prep Community Law Clinic in November and assisted clients with legal issues such as divorce and medicare determinations.

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October Legal Prep Community Law Clinic Adopted by Brinks Gilson & Lione

Thank you to the volunteers from Brinks Gilson & Lione who volunteered at the Legal Prep Community Law Clinic in October.

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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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Baker McKenzie Adopts August Legal Prep Community Law Clinic

Attorneys assisted with issues including eviction and order of protection. 

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Thank You to Volunteers at the June Legal Prep Community Law Clinic

Volunteers helped five clients with cases involving divorce, decedent’s estate, guardianship, adoption and insurance issues.

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Introducing Two New Alumni Class Representatives

PILI is excited to introduce two of our newest PILI Alumni Class Representatives, Michael Parks of Thompson Coburn and Angela Frye of Verizon Wireless.

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May Legal Prep Community Law Clinic Adopted by Latham & Watkins

Three volunteers spent the evening assisting low-income clients with legal issues including adoption, tort defense and a name change.

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Ropes & Gray Attorneys Volunteer at Legal Prep Community Law Clinic

Thank you to attorneys from Ropes & Gray who volunteered at the Legal Prep Community Law Clinic on Tuesday, April 10th.

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