Tag Archives: ProBono Mentoring

Co-counsel with a Public Interest Lawyer


In presentations I make to local bar associations around the state, I often urge the members in attendance to reflect on their role as mentor and guardian—mentor of new or inexperienced lawyers and guardian of the keys to the courthouse. … Continue reading

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Pro Bono – the next generation of leaders


Last year, I created a brief video addressing the need for the development of the next generation of pro bono leaders.  Here is the video. I apologize for the audio, but the use of headphones improves the quality of the … Continue reading

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Age as a mentoring issue in the age of technology


While attending the American Bar Association Equal Justice Conference last week in Orlando, Florida, I had many enjpoyable reunions with colleagues whom I hadn’t seen in at least a year or more. Being in the public interest field, I have … Continue reading

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