The summer issue of Communiqué features content related to ethics and fraud prevention for law firms and updates from the bench and bar written by members of our legal community.
Occasionally, children in a family have different goals, resulting in a conflict of interest. These kids need a hero. Learn more from this installment of “Pro Bono Corner” written by Marcus Brouwers from the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada.
The May 2022 issue features content related to discovery matters, bar activities, and includes a special section with areas of practice listings.
Proportionality—particularly consideration of party resources—applies equally and perhaps uniquely to pro bono cases, where the pro bono party has often obtained a baseline finding of limited resources. Read more in this installment of the “Pro Bono Corner” written by Maria A. Gall, Esq.
The April 2022 issue of the Communiqué features practical content for members of the local legal community including articles related to environmental health, bar activities, and court news. Read featured content from this issue…
The client is short on funds but is facing a real crisis. You weigh your options, you want to help, but your caseload is crazy. You don’t have the time or resources to learn a new area of law. Ultimately, you decide to turn the client away. As they leave, you’re saddened and wonder, could you have done more to help this client? Read more in this installment of “Pro Bono Corner” written by Michael Wendlberger, Esq. (COMMUNIQUÉ, Apr. 2022)
The Children’s Attorneys Project (CAP) at the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada represents children in foster care in Clark County, Nevada. With 29 staff attorneys and over 300 volunteer attorneys, nearly all of the estimated 3,000 children in foster care have legal representation. Read more in this installment of “Pro Bono Corner” written by Jonathan Norman, Esq. (COMMUNIQUÉ, Mar. 2022)
Read about the opportunity for Nevada lawyers to take cases from the Children’s Attorney Project from this installment of “Pro Bono Corner” written by Micaela Rustia Moore, Esq.
Learn five things about the Federal Pro Bono Program from this installment of “Pro Bono Corner” written by Christena Georgas-Burns, Esq. of the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada.
Read content related to the topic of pro bono and guardianship matters, court news, and bar services, written by members of the southern Nevada legal community.