Calling all PILI Alumni and PILI Volunteers! Join us for a CLE to review the most recent Supreme Court term. We will discuss the Court’s major decisions as well as the impact on our clients and community.
Vikram David Amar, Dean and Iwan Foundation Professor of Law, University of Illinois College of Law
This complimentary event is organized by PILI’s Alumni Network Leadership Council and open to all. This is a joint program as part of PILI’s regular Statewide Virtual CLE Series. Join us for other programs on timely pro bono legal topics!
1.0 hour of CLE credit has been requested for this program.
Please register below to receive the event link. If you have any questions or problems with the form, please reach out to Grayson Alexander by email or phone at 312-832-5126.
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More than 4,000 law students and graduates have participated in PILI’s Law Student Internship and Graduate Fellowship Programs. These lawyers span the globe and the profession: they are law firm and corporate attorneys, members of the judiciary and government sector, and members of the public interest law and higher education communities. Our goal is to keep PILI alumni engaged in public interest and pro bono work throughout their careers. Learn more about PILI’s Alumni Network »
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PILI’s Pro Bono Program works to increase the availability of pro bono legal help for those who cannot afford an attorney in Illinois by developing innovative pro bono opportunities, offering pro bono programming and resources, cultivating best practices, and celebrating the life-changing pro bono performed throughout the state. PILI provides a variety of pro bono opportunities for lawyers, law students and legal professionals across the state of Illinois. We focus on filling gaps left by this lack of resources by working closely with existing legal aid programs, bar associations and other stakeholders to develop targeted pro bono opportunities to serve those who would not otherwise receive legal help. Learn more about PILI’s Pro Bono Program»