On Thursday, April 6th, PILI’s Alumni Network Leadership Council hosted Play for PILI, bringing in over $4,000 for the Alumni Named Internship Campaign.
“It is our duty as future legal professionals to develop a commitment to service early and continue to inspire subsequent generations to do the same.”
“As a new lawyer there are so many things I do not know. But this system gives me power, and as I learn, I can use it for good.”
Andrew was a 2003 PILI Graduate Fellowship at LAF and received PILI’s Distinguished Fellow Alumni Award in 2014.
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“Emily is part of the next generation of lawyers who are not just talking about problems with our courts, but who is working to bring about systemic reform.”
“Kristen has a heart of gold and the tenacity of a tiger. A true believer in pro bono, she clearly has a lifetime commitment to it.”
Thank you to PILI Alumni Ashley Kirkwood and Katherine Rhoades and PILI Alumni Council Chair Jordan Heinz.
“PILI has truly been a saving grace in giving me the financial ability to continue my lifelong commitment to public service.”
“Above all, PILI gives my legal practice a sense of purpose – to ensure equal access to justice and equitable outcomes to all.”