Second Judicial Circuit Celebrate Pro Bono CLE

About the 2022 Event

SAVE THE DATE! The Second Judicial Circuit Pro Bono Committee will host this program to commemorate Pro Bono Week, recognize the commitment of local pro bono volunteers, provide CLE training and introduce attendees to a virtual pro bono opportunity. This virtual event will be held from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. on Friday, November 4th. This program is complimentary but advance registration is required to receive the Zoom link using the form below.

1.5 hours of MCLE credit has been requested for this program, including 0.5 hours of Professional Responsibility credit. The program will explore the need for pro bono in the Second Judicial Circuit as well as provide an overview of Illinois Free Legal Answers – a virtual legal advice platform to help those in need of legal help – and guidance on how to answer frequently asked questions on the platform in the areas of expungement and sealing, wills and Powers of Attorney, and family law. During the last 30 minutes of the program, attendees will have the opportunity to log on to Illinois Free Legal Answers to begin answering a question in the queue with support from PILI. Speakers include:

  • Jonathan R. Cantrell, Hart Cantrell LLC
  • Abigail Causer, PILI
  • Julie Quinn, Quinn Law & Mediation, LLC
  • Letitia Wiggins, Wiggins Law, LLC

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WHAT IS ILLINOIS FREE LEGAL ANSWERS?

Illinois Free Legal Answers is a secure website (IL.freelegalanswers.org) where lower income Illinois residents can ask a lawyer for help with a legal issue. Qualified users post questions about civil legal problems. Volunteer lawyers then log onto the site and select questions to answer. It’s like a virtual walk-in legal clinic. For additional information, click here. PILI is the administrator of the site and our staff will also be available to demonstrate the platform and provide additional resources.

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