A Commitment to Your Community—Defender of Rights

Stephanie Carman
Explore other practice areas, gain hands-on practical experience, develop skills, and enhance your reputation.

Explore other practice areas, gain hands-on practical experience, develop skills, and enhance your reputation.

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Our training as lawyers provides us with unique skills that allow us to help others, and it is our duty to do so. Every community has unmet needs, and local legal service programs cannot fill them alone. While helping others, you can explore other practice areas, gain hands-on practical experience, develop skills, and enhance your reputation. Further, many state bars require pro bono service or inquire about pro bono activities when considering lawyers for potential leadership positions. Here are a few ideas to get you started. 

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