Alumni volunteers are needed for the Legal Prep Community Law Clinic on January 17th. Sign up now!
“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.”
This is the second time Brinks has volunteered at the clinic and we are grateful for their commitment to pro bono.
Lindsey Schmeidler, John Adams, Megan Harkins and Rebecca Canary-King will serve as 2016 Representatives.
Four attorneys assisted six low-income clients with legal issues such as adult guardianships, divorces and landlord/tenent disputes.
“I have found that my passions are working on justice gap issues. I feel very lucky to have been able to spend my legal career in various public service endeavors.”