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January 30, 2017

It’s Pro Bono Podcast Monday

Need some listening material as you prepare for Super Bowl Sunday (or to avoid the game, if that’s your preference)? Tune in to the Law Firm Pro Bono Project’s podcast, the Pro Bono Happy Hour, and learn about exciting and meaningful developments in the world of law firm pro bono and access to justice.

Don’t miss our recent interview with Houstonian, Ellyn Haikin Josef of Vinson & Elkins*†. Ellyn talks to us about her career, the pro bono culture in Houston, “virtual pro bono clinics,” assisting Holocaust survivors, and more.

Subscribe to the Pro Bono Happy Hour in iTunes. Have you rated us on iTunes yet? Would you consider doing it now? We’d appreciate feedback and it would help make it easier for others to find the show and expand the conversation about access to justice. The podcast is also available on YouTube. Links to all of our episodes can be found here.

Listen along and let us know what you think. Send your comments, thoughts, feedback, questions, and suggestions to probono@probonoinst.org. Be warned: we might just read them on the air.

Want to learn more about the world of in-house pro bono? Check out Corporate Pro Bono’s podcast, the CLO & Pro Bono Series, which features Chief Legal Officers discussing the importance of pro bono and access to justice.

* denotes a Law Firm Pro Bono Challenge® Signatory
† denotes a Law Firm Pro Bono Project® Member

January 23, 2017

It’s Pro Bono Podcast Monday

Need a cure for the winter blues? Tune in to the Law Firm Pro Bono Project’s podcast, the Pro Bono Happy Hour, and learn about exciting and meaningful developments in the world of law firm pro bono and access to justice.

Don’t miss the continuation of our recent interview with Don Salzman of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom*†, during which he talks about the firm’s pro bono program, its global Impact Project, and more. Part one, is available on both iTunes and YouTube.

Subscribe to the Pro Bono Happy Hour in iTunes. Have you rated us on iTunes yet? Would you consider doing it now? We’d appreciate feedback and it would help make it easier for others to find the show and expand the conversation about access to justice. The podcast is also available on YouTube. Links to all of our episodes can be found here.

Listen along and let us know what you think. Send your comments, thoughts, feedback, questions, and suggestions to probono@probonoinst.org. Be warned: we might just read them on the air.

Want to learn more about the world of in-house pro bono? Check out Corporate Pro Bono’s podcast, the CLO & Pro Bono Series, which features Chief Legal Officers discussing the importance of pro bono and access to justice.

* denotes a Law Firm Pro Bono Challenge® Signatory
† denotes a Law Firm Pro Bono Project® Member

January 16, 2017

It’s Pro Bono Podcast Monday

Need some listening material for your winter hibernation? Tune in to the Law Firm Pro Bono Project’s podcast, the Pro Bono Happy Hour, and learn about exciting and meaningful developments in the world of law firm pro bono and access to justice.

Don’t miss our recent interview with Don Salzman of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom*†. In part one, Don talks to us about his career, indigent criminal defense work, the Norfolk Four, the Clemency Project 2014, and more. Don’t forget to check back on Thursday to catch the conclusion of our conversation with Don!

Subscribe to the Pro Bono Happy Hour in iTunes. Have you rated us on iTunes yet? Would you consider doing it now? We’d appreciate feedback and it would help make it easier for others to find the show and expand the conversation about access to justice. The podcast is also available on YouTube. Links to all of our episodes can be found here.

Listen along and let us know what you think. Send your comments, thoughts, feedback, questions, and suggestions to probono@probonoinst.org. Be warned: we might just read them on the air.

Want to learn more about the world of in-house pro bono? Check out Corporate Pro Bono’s podcast, the CLO & Pro Bono Series, which features Chief Legal Officers discussing the importance of pro bono and access to justice.

* denotes a Law Firm Pro Bono Challenge® Signatory
† denotes a Law Firm Pro Bono Project® Member

January 9, 2017

It’s Pro Bono Podcast Monday

New Year, new episode. Tune in to the Law Firm Pro Bono Project’s podcast, the Pro Bono Happy Hour, and learn about exciting and meaningful developments in the world of law firm pro bono and access to justice.

Have you been reading the recent reports about law student pro bono performance? Don’t miss our interview with Laren Spirer of Columbia Law School. Laren talks to us about pro bono opportunities for law students, spring break caravans, “mandatory” pro bono, and more.

Subscribe to the Pro Bono Happy Hour in iTunes. Have you rated us on iTunes yet? Would you consider doing it now? We’d appreciate feedback and it would help make it easier for others to find the show and expand the conversation about access to justice. The podcast is also available on YouTube. Links to all of our episodes can be found here.

Listen along and let us know what you think. Send your comments, thoughts, feedback, questions, and suggestions to probono@probonoinst.org. Be warned: we might just read them on the air.

Want to learn more about the world of in-house pro bono? Check out Corporate Pro Bono’s podcast, the CLO & Pro Bono Series, which features Chief Legal Officers discussing the importance of pro bono and access to justice.

January 2, 2017

It’s Pro Bono Podcast Monday

Need some listening material for the New Year? Tune in to the Law Firm Pro Bono Project’s podcast, the Pro Bono Happy Hour, and learn about exciting and meaningful developments in the world of law firm pro bono and access to justice.

Don’t miss our recent interview with Wendy Young, President of Kids in Need of Defense (KIND). Wendy talks to us about providing pro bono representation to unaccompanied immigrant and refugee children.

Subscribe to the Pro Bono Happy Hour in iTunes. Have you rated us on iTunes yet? Would you consider doing it now? We’d appreciate feedback and it would help make it easier for others to find the show and expand the conversation about access to justice. The podcast is also available on YouTube. Links to all of our episodes can be found here.

Listen along and let us know what you think. Send your comments, thoughts, feedback, questions, and suggestions to probono@probonoinst.org. Be warned: we might just read them on the air.

Want to learn more about the world of in-house pro bono? Check out Corporate Pro Bono’s podcast, the CLO & Pro Bono Series, which features Chief Legal Officers discussing the importance of pro bono and access to justice.

December 19, 2016

It’s Pro Bono Podcast Monday

Need some listening material for Winter break? Tune in to the Law Firm Pro Bono Project’s podcast, the Pro Bono Happy Hour, and learn about exciting and meaningful developments in the world of law firm pro bono and access to justice.

Don’t miss our recent interview with Whitney Untiedt of Akerman. Whitney talks to us about her career, the firm’s pro bono program, the pro bono culture in Florida, access to justice for “juvenile lifers,” poverty simulation exercises, and more.

Subscribe to the Pro Bono Happy Hour in iTunes. Have you rated us on iTunes yet? Would you consider doing it now? Leave a review by December 31 and you will be entered into our podcast review contest. Winners will be announced on the show. The podcast is also available on YouTube. Links to all of our episodes can be found here.

Listen along and let us know what you think. Send your comments, thoughts, feedback, questions, and suggestions to probono@probonoinst.org. Be warned: we might just read them on the air.

Want to learn more about the world of in-house pro bono? Check out Corporate Pro Bono’s podcast, the CLO & Pro Bono Series, which features Chief Legal Officers discussing the importance of pro bono and access to justice.

† denotes a Law Firm Pro Bono Project® member

December 12, 2016

It’s Pro Bono Podcast Monday

ga-peachNeed an antidote for the Monday blues? Tune in to the Law Firm Pro Bono Project’s podcast, the Pro Bono Happy Hour, and learn about exciting and meaningful developments in the world of law firm pro bono and access to justice.

pbhh-logoDon’t miss our recent interview with Michael Lucas of the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation (AVLF). Michael talks to us about being a leader in the public interest community, providing the “best legal representation money can’t buy,” and trends in access to justice, including new, place-based initiatives designed to take pro bono services directly into the community.

Subscribe to the Pro Bono Happy Hour in iTunes. Have you rated us on iTunes yet? Would you consider doing it now? Leave a review by December 31 and you will be entered into our podcast review contest. Winners will be announced on the show. The podcast is also available on YouTube. Links to all of our episodes can be found here.

Listen along and let us know what you think. Send your comments, thoughts, feedback, questions, and suggestions to probono@probonoinst.org. Be warned: we might just read them on the air.

Want to learn more about the world of in-house pro bono? Check out Corporate Pro Bono’s podcast, the CLO & Pro Bono Series, which features Chief Legal Officers discussing the importance of pro bono and access to justice.

December 5, 2016

It’s Pro Bono Podcast Monday

pbhh-logoDid you miss us over Thanksgiving break? Tune in to the Law Firm Pro Bono Project’s podcast, the Pro Bono Happy Hour, and learn about exciting and meaningful developments in the world of law firm pro bono and access to justice.

Don’t miss our recent interview with Sarah Dohoney Byrne and Stephanie Gryder of Moore & Van Allen. Sarah and Stephanie talk to us about the firm’s pro bono program, its Human Trafficking Pro Bono Project, the intersection of law firm pro bono and diversity/inclusion efforts, and more.

Subscribe to the Pro Bono Happy Hour in iTunes. Have you rated us on iTunes yet? Would you consider doing it now? Leave a review by December 31 and you will be entered into our podcast review contest. Winners will be announced on the show. The podcast is also available on YouTube. Links to all of our episodes can be found here.

Listen along and let us know what you think. Send your comments, thoughts, feedback, questions, and suggestions to probono@probonoinst.org. Be warned: we just might read them on the air.

Want to learn more about the world of in-house pro bono? Check out Corporate Pro Bono’s podcast, the CLO & Pro Bono Series, which features Chief Legal Officers discussing the importance of pro bono and access to justice.


† denotes a Law Firm Pro Bono Project® member

December 1, 2016

Step Right Up & Win a Prize

In October, we ran a Pro Bono Happy Hour podcast review contest. We are happy to announce our winning listener, who wrote, in part:

I love this podcast! I’m interested in social justice issues, but I’m not an attorney, and this show makes it so easy to learn about pro bono work even without a legal background. It’s inspiring to hear about all the amazing work people are doing … And the book recommendations are amazing too. Thank you and keep up the good work! – @apple123456

winnerThank you for the review, apple123456! We are grateful for your encouragement and appreciate your feedback, which makes it easier for others to find the show and expand the conversation about access to justice.

Want a prize? Rate us on iTunes and leave a review by December 31st to be entered in our holiday podcast contest. The Pro Bono Happy Hour is also available on YouTube. Links to all of our episodes can be found here.

November 21, 2016

It’s Pro Bono Podcast Monday

turkeyNeed some listening material for your Thanksgiving  travels? Tune in to the Law Firm Pro Bono Project’s podcast, the Pro Bono Happy Hour, and learn about exciting and meaningful developments in the world of law firm pro bono and access to justice.

Don’t miss our recent interview with Dawn Caldart of Quarles & Brady *†. Dawn talks to us about her career, the firm’s pro bono program, the pro bono culture in Milwaukee, the relationship of pro bono to lawyer professional development, and more.

Subscribepbhh-logo to the Pro Bono Happy Hour in iTunes. Have you rated us on iTunes yet? Would you consider doing it now? We’d appreciate feedback and it would help make it easier for others to find the show and expand the conversation about access to justice. The podcast is also available on YouTube. Links to all of our episodes can be found here.

Listen along and let us know what you think. Send your comments, thoughts, feedback, questions, and suggestions to probono@probonoinst.org. Be warned: we might just read them on the air.

Want to learn more about the world of in-house pro bono? Check out Corporate Pro Bono’s podcast, the CLO & Pro Bono Series, which features Chief Legal Officers discussing the importance of pro bono and access to justice.

* denotes a signatory to the Law Firm Pro Bono Challenge®
† denotes a member of the Law Firm Pro Bono Project