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CLE Volunteer Appreciation December 9, 2015

The Pro Bono Project

Wednesday, December 9, 2015 at 4:00 PM (CST)

CLE Volunteer Appreciation December 9, 2015

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Type End Quantity
CLE & Volunteer Appreciation Event - Attend Both Ended Free  
CLE Only Ended Free  
Volunteer Appreciation Awards & Reception Only Ended Free  

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Event Details

CLE & Volunteer Appreciation Recognition &

Awards Event

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Jones Walker
201 St. Charles Avenue
52nd Floor

3:30 pm: Registration for CLE

4:00 pm: Avoiding Common Pitfalls in Discovery
                One (1) professionalism CLE credit

               The Professionalism CLE will be presented by:

               The Honorable Regina H. Woods, Judge, Division B, Orleans Parish CDC; and
               The Honorable Daniel E. Knowles, III, Judge, U. S. District Court, Eastern District 
               of Louisiana.

              Chauntis Jenkins of Porteous, Hainkel and Johnson, LLP will moderate the panel.

5:00 pm: Volunteer Appreciation Recognition & Awards Event

Awards will be presented by The Honorable Terri Love, Judge, State of Louisiana, Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.  

Come applaud your colleagues for a year of pro bono service to The Project!

6:00 pm: Reception for Awardees & Guests

After 10:00 am on December 9, 2015, please plan on registering for the CLE at the event; registration onsite begins at 3:30 pm.

For more event information: http://bit.ly/TPBPVolAw2015

Please send your 2015 volunteer hours to Linton Carney by end of day Tuesday, December 1, 2015.

Have questions about CLE Volunteer Appreciation December 9, 2015? Contact The Pro Bono Project

When & Where


Jones Walker
201 St. Charles Avenue
52nd Floor
New Orleans, LA 70170

Wednesday, December 9, 2015 at 4:00 PM (CST)


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Organizer

The Pro Bono Project

The Pro Bono Project opens the door to the civil legal system for the working poor, low-income families and elderly clients by helping them gain access to private bar attorneys who provide their services pro bono in an effort to improve the quality of life for our clients and the community in general.   

Our volunteer attorneys work with clients to resolve civil legal issues, such as helping to clear property titles, simple divorce, wills/power of attorney for elderly, Social Security and disability disputes, bankruptcy, and similar civil legal issues.

The Justice For All Ball is held annually and is the major annual fundraising event for The Project.

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