“I have known Reena since she interned for us in 2003. While the work she did for us that summer was very different from the powerful pro bono litigation she handled later, her dedication to helping low income clients, her strength as a person and an attorney and her commitment to equal justice, were on display back then as they are now.”
Thank you to the volunteers from Brinks Gilson & Lione who volunteered at the Legal Prep Community Law Clinic in October.
Welcoming Emily Seymore as Chair, Jessica Schneider as Chair-Elect and David Scriven-Young as Vice Chair.
Five attorneys from Reed Smith volunteered at PILI’s September Legal Prep Community Legal Clinic.
Attorneys assisted with issues including eviction and order of protection.
PILI is excited to introduce two of our newest PILI Alumni Class Representatives, Michael Parks of Thompson Coburn and Angela Frye of Verizon Wireless.
Three volunteers spent the evening assisting low-income clients with legal issues including adoption, tort defense and a name change.
Attorneys from Mayer Brown volunteered at the Legal Prep Community Law Clinic on Tuesday, March 6th.
“Knowing that my work impacts real people in need of legal assistance instilled in me a sense of responsibility that I will carry forward long after the end of the summer.”
“As lawyers, we represent an extremely privileged segment of society. With that privilege comes the responsibility to use our skills to better our communities and our world.”