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Guardianship Basics CLE presented by PILI, Prairie State and Rock Island County Bar

On Friday, June 16th, PILI’s Fourteenth Judicial Circuit Pro Bono Committee, Prairie State Legal Services and the Rock Island County Bar Association presented a CLE on guardianship basics at Western Illinois University – Quad Cities. During this program, speakers explored the basics of pursuing an adult guardianship and for serving as a guardian ad litem. Attendees also learned how to provide pro bono assistance to low-income individuals with guardianship cases through Prairie State Legal Services.

Thank you to all those who attended and to the speakers Mary Ann Brown of Nash Nash Bean & Ford, Carrie Clark of McCarthy, Callas, & Feeney, and Chief Probate Judge Linnea Thompson of the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit.

Attendees received 2.25 hours of MCLE credit for this program, which was part of a larger full day CLE presented by Rock Island County Bar Association. The program was free to those who agreed to take on a pro bono case in the next 12 months.

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