All projects require training, prior to participation, provided by the Pro Bono Program. Contact program staff for training dates.
Bankruptcy – This project pairs students with practicing bankruptcy attorneys to prepare filings in Chapter 7 cases.
Eligible Students: 2L, 3L, 4L
Time Commitment: 2 interview sessions plus follow-up per semester
Contact: Pam Mertsock-Wolfe (email@example.com)
April 25, 2011
Beverly Beaver wants to be an advocate for children.
CAMDEN — Beverly Beaver is committed to standing up for the people in society who are most vulnerable: children.
“I want to make sure their voices are heard,” says Beaver, of Merchantville. “It’s something worth fighting for every day.”
Pro bono work is the provision of legal services without compensation to individuals unable to pay or to entities working to protect civil rights, civil liberties or public rights.