- Ellyn Josef, Vinson & Elkins: talks about pro bono efforts and lessons learned after Hurricane Harvey and how lawyers can be of help before, during, and after disasters and emergencies.
- Karen Grisez, Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson: talks about developing expertise with asylum and other immigration matters, and more.
- Mary Benton, Alston & Bird: talks about the access to justice culture in Atlanta, her work on behalf of the Truancy Intervention Project, and more.
- Scott Hunt, Armstrong Teasdale: talks about inspiring the next generation, access to justice food deserts, and more.
- Michelle Movahed, McCarter & English: talks about the access to justice culture in New Jersey, her work on behalf of refugee children, and more.
- Kate Nolen, Lathrop Gage: talks about the access to justice culture in Kansas City, her work advocating on behalf of children, and more.
- Kim MacLeod, Hunton Andrews Kurth: talks about how to effectively run a law firm pro bono committee, why bread-and-butter pro bono cases are the most meaningful to her, gender equity issues in the legal profession, and more.
- Update: Jonathan Baum, Katten Muchin Rosenman: talk about the firm’s pro bono clinic at the Jose de Diego Community Academy, what hot button issues the firm has been focusing on, and one of his first pro bono matters, and more.
- Josh Toll, King & Spalding: talks about his ongoing work with the Clemency Project, improving housing conditions, “Standing With Our Neighbors,” representing people with disabilities, and more.
- Mark Desgrosseilliers, Womble Bond Dickinson: talks about the firm’s recent combination, his pro bono work protecting children in the foster care system, access to justice in Delaware, and more.
- Melinda deLisle, Cozen O’Connor: talks about her work on behalf of children in foster care, a roller-coaster pro bono case, and more.
- Wendy Richards, Miller, Canfield, Paddock and Stone: talks about her Detroit roots, how she motivates lawyers to engage in pro bono work, her recent immigration matters, and more.
- Election Protection 2018: Nancy Anderson and Pooja Chaudhuri from the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law join us to talk about how pro bono lawyers can advance and defend the right to vote.
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