5. Doing pro-bono work is a great way to gain respect from judges and peers.
4. You’ll be helping the courts to be more efficient. Instead of someone who doesn’t know the law, self-representing and showing up to court without a clue, they’ll have a pro to help them.
3. You can gain valuable experience and learn something new.
2. It is a fulfilling experience to help those in need.
1. Good karma-What goes around, comes around, so it’s always good to help others.
Don’t miss the upcoming June 12 Summer Law Clerk and Supervising Attorney Luncheon. It’s a great opportunity to grab lunch and get in on the pro bono action RSVP to provono@lacsn or call 702-386-1460.