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Chief Justice Martin Announces Launch of Pro Bono Reporting

In an email sent to all active North Carolina attorneys, Chief Justice Martin announced the launch of the pro bono reporting period collecting information about NC Rule of Professional Conduct 6.1 activities in 2018. The text of the email follows. To report your 2018 pro bono hours, visit ncprobono.org/report. To view the signed letter from...

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 Denisse Gonzalez

The North Carolina Pro Bono Resource Center is proud to highlight the work of attorneys making a difference through pro bono. Denisse Gonzalez works as Corporate Counsel for Cisco. Since becoming any attorney, Denisse has served as a pro bono volunteer to help people obtain protection from domestic abuse, obtain unemployment benefits, and assist a...

6.1 Reasons to Be A Pro Bono Attorney Volunteer

During this year’s National Celebration of Pro Bono, the NC Pro Bono Resource Center will be sharing 6.1 reasons for you to consider providing pro bono legal services. This list will continue to be updated as Pro Bono Week 2018 goes along! Reason 1: To Make A Difference In Your Community Reason 2: To Build...

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...

Seeking Pro Bono Volunteers to Assist Survivors of Hurricane Florence

Pro Bono Volunteers Needed! As our neighbors in Eastern NC deal with devastating flooding and losses, many are thinking about ways to help, and we want to share two immediate ways for pro bono attorneys to help: Volunteer your time with the disaster response team led by Legal Aid of North Carolina and the NC...

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...