Attorney Spotlights

Highlighting Attorney Volunteer Anabel F. Rosa

Anabel Rosa is an attorney with the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin in the Personal Injury Department. With more than 20 years of legal experience, Anabel has practiced in the areas of personal injury, civil rights, employment discrimination, and sexual harassment. She is a member of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice (NCAJ) in...

Highlighting Attorney Volunteer Elizabeth Scott

Elizabeth Scott is a Partner at Williams Mullen. She also serves as a member of the North Carolina Equal Access to Justice Commission; in that capacity, she works to improve the legal system and make it more accessible for low income individuals. Through her role on the Commission, Elizabeth learned of the work of the...

Highlighting Attorney Volunteer Graham Claybrook

The North Carolina Pro Bono Resource Center is proud to highlight the work of attorneys making a difference through pro bono. Graham, who joined McGuireWoods in 2013, first became involved in pro bono work through the Council for Children’s Rights (CCR) in 2014. He received training from CCR and began to help provide legal representation...

Highlighting Attorney Volunteer Melissa Romanzo

The North Carolina Pro Bono Resource Center is proud to highlight the work of attorneys making a difference through pro bono. Since joining Hunton Andrews Kurth in 2008, Melissa has contributed more than 750 hours to pro bono service. Melissa leads the firm’s pro bono partnership with Wells Fargo’s Law Department, in which volunteer lawyers...

Announcing the NC Pro Bono Resource Center Advisory Board

The NC Pro Bono Resource Center is excited to announce a new way in which it will be engaging volunteer communities across the state of North Carolina. The NC Pro Bono Resource Center Advisory Board is a group of eighteen members of the North Carolina legal community who will serve as a focus group for...

Highlighting Attorney Volunteer Todd Stillerman

The North Carolina Pro Bono Resource Center is proud to highlight the work of attorneys making a difference through pro bono. Since he began practicing law in North Carolina in 1997, Todd has served community and faith-based organizations within the state. Todd joined the Board of Directors of Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy (CCLA) in...

Celebrating the Volunteers of The Child’s Advocate!

Last year, 530,000 of North Carolina’s children lived in poverty, according to the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s KIDS COUNT Project. This astonishing number means that nearly 1 in 4 children lived at or below the federal poverty level, limiting available resources for necessities like housing, food, health care, and transportation. While growing up in poverty...