Pursuing Justice: The Pro Bono Files provides a behind-the-scenes exploration of pro bono and public interest legal work. These heartening stories are told from both clients’ and lawyers’ perspectives to showcase intimate portraits of lawyers helping those with limited access to justice.
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32. Managing Vicarious Trauma: What Pro Bono Providers Can Learn
31. In-House Pro Bono Team Helps Unhoused Families
30. Encore: Making Detroit Entrepreneurs Capital Ready
29. Bonus Episode: George Fatheree III
28. Pro Bono and Reparations: The Bruce’s Beach Story
27. Appellate Justice for Domestic Violence Survivors
26. Justice Delayed, Part 2
25. Justice Delayed, Part 1
24. Ten Things New Associates Should Know About Pro Bono
23. Eviction Court and the Right to Counsel Movement
22. Encore: “This is NOT our area of expertise”
21. Disaster Strikes, Lawyers Respond
20. “Be curious. Try stuff. Stay connected.”
19. The Multiplier Effect of Nonprofit Board Service
18. Keeping Tenants in Their Homes
17. Unaccompanied Kids in Immigration Court
16. Taking On A Pro Bono Asylum Case
15. Turning Crisis into Opportunity
14. Transforming Education in New Mexico
12 & 13: Real Talk About Pro Bono
11. Bad Paper
10. Making Detroit Entrepreneurs Capital Ready
9. Helping Small Businesses Through Transactional Pro Bono
8. Pro Bono in a Pandemic: A Law Firm Goes All In
7. Driving Change in Puerto Rico
6. Crossing Boundaries
5. A Mother's Worst Nightmare
4. Mentoring for Pro Bono Excellence
3. Paying Off Others' Debts
2. Turning an Idea into a Movement
1. "This is NOT our area of expertise"
About the Host
Alicia Aiken, JD, is a Principal at the Danu Center for Strategic Advocacy, and the Director of the Danu Center’s Confidentiality Institute, a national policy and technical assistance project that supports helping professionals protect the privacy rights of crime victims. In 2016, Alicia became the Faculty Fellow for Practising Law Institute’s Interactive Learning Center. Alicia attended the University of Michigan, where she received a Law degree (’95) and a Bachelor of Arts in English/History (’92).
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