Designing Remote Pro Bono Programs: Tips, Tricks, and Best Practices (9/2/20)

Designing Remote Pro Bono Programs: Tips, Tricks, and Best Practices

Join local and national legal aid and law firm experts in pro bono program design to discuss best practices in designing remote pro bono programs for the COVID-19 era and beyond. Learn more about how to design a pro bono program that works for the client, volunteer, and legal aid organization, including outreach and recruitment, training and support, service delivery, and even the nitty gritty of technology and timing. 

Panelists:
Meryl Friedman, Senior Program Manager, OneJustice
Eddie Houlihan, Pro Bono and Community Relations Supervisor, Skadden
Melissa Picciola, Director of Volunteer Services, Legal Aid Chicago

Moderator:
Samira Nazem, Director of Pro Bono & Court Advocacy, The Chicago Bar Foundation

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