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Washington Council of Lawyers
We promote pro bono and public-interest law in Washington DC. Since 1971.
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Washington Council of Lawyers 16h
Angela Zimmerman welcome to the pro bono community! We look forward to working with you!
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Washington Council of Lawyers 16h
Rise up! Rise up! is the national campaign to fix our civil justice system. This speaks to the core of our mission. Join the campaign!
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Washington Council of Lawyers 16h
This article not only has an update on California, but a handy state-by-state interactive guide to pro bono for in-house counsel. Check it out to learn the rules for volunteering in your state!
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Washington Council of Lawyers 17h
Our Litigation Skills Series: Public Speaking & Executive Presence is underway!
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Washington Council of Lawyers 20h
We'll discuss how you can get involved in your firm's civil rights pro bono work at our annual on June 20.
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GeorgetownTechLaw Apr 24
And the winner of Iron Tech Lawyer 2019 is... the Name Change app for , which helps D.C. adults who identify as transgender or gender expansive to change their legal names. Congrats!!
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Washington Council of Lawyers Apr 24
The D.C. Court of Appeals has an appellate mediation program & you can learn more about it at a brown bag lunch on May 22. Check it out and volunteer to assist the parties, the court, & your community!
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American Constitution Society Apr 17
Calling all lawyers and law students! Give back to your community for on 5/1 by teaching a lesson on the Constitution in your local school. Find out how here:
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Washington Council of Lawyers Apr 24
❗️JOB ALERT ❗️
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Washington Council of Lawyers Apr 24
It's ! Do you feel anxious before a hearing or a big meeting? You're not alone! Read about similar experiences from others, and get some tips to manage anxiety here:
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Washington Council of Lawyers Apr 23
JOB ALERT: is hiring a domestic violence/family law staff attorney. The position will remain open until filled. For more information or to apply visit:
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Washington Council of Lawyers Apr 23
Great news and congrats to ! We’re excited that there will be even more services available for those in need, and we can’t wait to see new the space.
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Washington Council of Lawyers Apr 23
JOB ALERT: is also hiring a supervising attorney for their housing law unit. Applicants are encouraged to apply soon, interviews will be scheduled in the coming weeks. More info:
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Washington Council of Lawyers Apr 22
“Who said bankers can sometimes be boring?” Financial Institutions Unite for Pro Bono
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Washington Council of Lawyers Apr 22
JOB ALERT: is hiring a supervising attorney for its housing law unit. For more information or to apply visit:
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Washington Council of Lawyers Apr 22
Interested in doing pro bono work? 's volunteer training is next Tues. (4/30) from 10:30am-2:30pm (lunch provided!). Sign up to learn about the clinic and how to get involved.
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Washington Council of Lawyers Apr 22
Get to know the candidates at this upcoming Forum and Open House, then don’t forget to vote in this year’s election!
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Washington Council of Lawyers Apr 22
The first step in litigating a case is often serving a complaint, so it's clear that service of process rules impact access to justice, especially for pro se litigants. Thoughts to consider: Service Of Process Rules Are Stuck In The Stone Age,
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Washington Council of Lawyers Apr 22
It's ! Find yourself procrastinating lately? Take a look at some tips on meeting important deadlines through better time management:
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Washington Council of Lawyers Apr 21
Happy Easter and Happy Passover to those who observe, and warm spring wishes to all.
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