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In the fall of 2012 Pro Bono Net produced the Libraries and Access to Justice Webinar Series to increase awareness among librarians and community stakeholders about online access to justice resources that are available to them, how librarians can access and utilize those resources to better educate and assist their patrons with legal needs, and models for legal aid-library collaborations to connect people with legal information. This series was funded with a grant from the Legal Services Corporation Technology Initiative Grant (TIG), in collaboration with the Legal Aid Society of Louisville, Central Minnesota Legal Services and Legal Services State Support (MN).

For more information about the series or the materials below, contact Liz Keith, LawHelp Program Manager (lkeith@probono.net) or  Sam Halpert, LawHelp Program Coordinator (shalpert@probono.net).

 

About The Series  

Recorded Webinars and Related Materials  

Training and Partnership Resources  

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Volunteer Profile

Marc Borbely is a volunteer mentor with the D.C. Bar Pro Bono Center's Advocacy & Justice Clinic.  The Advocacy & Justice Clinic places more than 325 cases per year with volunteer attorneys for full representation in the areas of housing, family law, consumer law, and public benefits. READ MORE

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