The Blanchard Community Law Clinic of Campbell Law School will be hosting a “Phone a Thon” next Tuesday in preparation for a big criminal record expunction clinic on March 28 which will include the Wake County District Attorney, Wake County district court and superior court judges, the Clerk of Court and others who are committed to increasing access to expunctions for clients trying to re-enter society. At this project, we will be calling the 800 folks who have applied to obtain a criminal record expunction to see if they are potentially eligible. We cannot handle 800 distinct client files, so we will be eliminating those applicants who are clearly ineligible from the pool. Expunction experience is a plus, but not required. We will provide complete training so that you know exactly what to do.

Project Frequency

One Time Event

Project Time Commitment

5:30pm-8pm Training will be provided so you know exactly what to do.

Project Date

2020-02-18

Project Location

On-Site

Area of Law

  • Expunction

Geographic Areas

  • Wake

Project For

  • Law Student
  • Recent Law School Graduate (Not Yet Licensed)
  • Paralegal
  • Newly Licensed Attorney
  • Attorney
  • Retired Attorney

Population Served

  • General Low Income
  • People who are Homeless
  • Prisoners/Ex-Offenders
  • Seniors
  • Veterans/Military

Skills to be Developed

  • Client Advice and Counseling
  • Client Intake and Interviewing
  • Training Provided for Project Volunteers
    Yes
  • Volunteers Who Speak an Additional Language Requested for this Project
    No
  • Malpractice Insurance Provided for this Project
    No
  • Mentorship Provided for this Project
    Yes