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As disasters hit Alaska, North Carolina, and Ohio, pro bono attorney volunteers played a vital role in helping victims recover and rebuild. Attend this webinar to hear insights learned from managing earthquake, hurricane, and tornado crises, and strategies to effectively use attorneys (within and outside the state) who want to help. Don’t wait until disaster strikes your service area! In addition to providing useful information and a framework for handling legal issues, get to know the network of experienced pro bono professionals who will support you in your time of need.
Katherine Asaro, NC Pro Bono Resource Center
Kelly Henrici, Greater Dayton Volunteer Lawyers Project
Cheryl Naja, Alston & Bird
Krista Scully, Alaska Bar Association
Counsel, ABA Standing Committee on Pro Bono and Public Service
Director, ABA Center for Pro Bono
This webinar will share strategies on volunteer recruitment, including leveraging social media; advertising cases and other pro bono opportunities; and retaining and re-engaging existing volunteers. It will also include sample recruitment materials and quick tips to help keep volunteers engaged.
Tara Z. Miles
Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service
Community Law Center
Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland
Join this webinar to learn how to engage libraries and librarians in educating the public about access to legal services through volunteer Lawyer in the Library Programs.
Anne Arundel County Public Law Library
Maryland Legal Aid
Has providing unbundled services been the proverbial "black cat" in your practice or office? If so, join us for a superstition-shattering webinar and turn your luck around.
Family Law Office of Ryan R Roley
Self Represented Litigants Network
This webinar will discuss the importance of deep-dive strategic planning, strategies for conducting a planning process tailored to community non-profits, and how to ensure your plan is used to implement change in your organization.
Greater Dayton Volunteer Lawyers Project
Assoc. Professor, Urban Affairs
School of Public and International Affairs
Wright State University