Strengthen Your Legal Expertise through Pro Bono Work

Jessica Ryckman, Adam Friedl, and Kathy Morris
Explore how volunteer work and pro bono legal services help you share and strengthen your skills while broadening your network.

Explore how volunteer work and pro bono legal services help you share and strengthen your skills while broadening your network.

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This webinar was originally published by the American Bar Association Career Center, and it is a part of the free Career Development Series, a monthly webinar series featuring practical tips from legal career experts. It is not for CLE. 

Live webinars are free and open to the public. The recorded program and materials are exclusively for ABA members. Find more career resources at the ABA Career Center.

A recent survey found that 41 percent of employers said they considered volunteer work as important as paid work, and 20 percent said they had made a hiring decision based on volunteer work.

Hear about these and other benefits of volunteer work and pro bono legal services from two lawyers dedicated to making a difference, so you can:

  • Grow professionally and personally while broadening your networks
  • Share and strengthen your skills while enjoying the satisfaction of helping others
  • Provide leadership for communities and causes while gaining recognition and respect

Speakers

Jessica Ryckman, Deputy Director, Lawyers Without Borders (LWOB)

Adam Friedl, Program and Special Initiatives Manager, Pro Bono Net

Moderator

Kathy Morris, Founder, Under Advisement, Ltd, Chicago, IL and New York, NY

Video and Materials

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