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Pro Bono and Public Service Committee

Pro Bono and Public Service Committee


Message From The Co-Chairs



Welcome members of the ABA, Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division! As chair of the Pro Bono and Public Service Committee it is may pleasure to work with all of you.

For the third year running our Pro Bono project is working with Kids In Need of Defense (KIND). We have CLE Training that will allow any attorney to take on a case, even if they are not an Immigration Attorney. For more information about this program please visit. The site includes a free webinar (CLE accredited) and topic specific podcasts.

The Pro Bono and Public Service Committee will continue to sponsor projects and services at our upcoming meetings. Your support and involvement is gretly appreciate.

We look forward to working with you and the legal profession with insights into the practice of the committee.

All the best!

Kathleen Hopkins and Jaime Hawk
Pro Bono and Public Servie Committee Co-Chairs


About Us

The Committee is responsible for focusing on opportunities to serve the public via educational efforts as well as the delivery of legal services to low and moderate income people.


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    Leadership

    Co-Chairs:

    Hawk, Jaime
    Hopkins, Kathleen

    Committee Roster  


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    Programs, Meetings and Events

    Committee Events

    GPSolo Annual Meeting

    August 7, 2014 - August 10, 2014
    Boston Sheraton
    Boston, MA

    Pro Bono and Public Service Committee and Magna Carta 2015 Task Force Joint Meeting

    August 8, 2014
    10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Eastern
    Boston Sheraton
    Beacon F, 3rd Level
     
    Section Events

      Is Your Retirement Plan Right for Your Small Business? – Brown Bag Session

      08/13/2014-08/13/2014

      Free for Solo, Small Firm and General Practice (GPSolo) Division members as a member benefit. Brown Bag Sessions are short, informal educational events on timely topics. Recordings of past Brown Bag Sessions are posted and archived after each session. The ABA is not seeking CLE credit for this

    Modified by Dee Lee on July 24, 2014

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