The PBEye

Pro Bono As We See It
June 18, 2015

Upcoming Webinar: Criminal Justice

computerHave you been following the news and wondering how you could get involved and make a difference? Join us on June 25 for “Pro Bono in Practice: Criminal Justice.” This program, hosted in conjunction with West LegalEdcenter, is part of our “Best of the 2015 PBI Annual Conference” series of webinars, which reprise and supplement select sessions from the Conference.

The following expert panelists will address the status of available pro bono opportunities, ranging from litigation to policy work; emerging legal issues; how to get started; and opportunities for collaboration:

Lisa Borden, Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz*†
Natalie Kraner, Lowenstein Sandler*†
Sarah Nolan, Brooklyn Defender Services
Hallie Ryan, The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
Catherine Weiss, Lowenstein Sandler*†

Learn about pressing criminal justice-related issues such as criminal justice debt, clemency, individual representation, and juvenile justice, and how pro bono volunteers can get involved and make a difference.

CLE credit is available in many states. Registration is free for Law Firm Pro Bono Project Member Firms. Law firm participants should contact Law Firm Pro Bono Project Assistant Eva Richardson for registration information or to submit questions in advance of the program and in-house participants should contact CPBO Project Assistant Josh Lefebvre.

Schedule conflict? Don’t worry – the program will also be available on-demand shortly after the original broadcast date.

* denotes a Signatory to the Law Firm Pro Bono Challenge®
denotes a Member of the Law Firm Pro Bono Project