Washington Lawyer - January 2018 - 4
| VOLUME 32 NO. 5
Esther H. Lim
Alva Y. Waller
CELEBRATING 40 YEARS
A.J. S. Dhaliwal
The D.C. Bar Pro Bono Center is celebrating
its 40th anniversary this year. That's 40 years
of recruiting, training, and mobilizing attorney
volunteers to take pro bono cases that
transform the lives of those living in poverty.
BOARD OF GOVERNORS
Jessica E. Adler, David W. Arrojo, Susan
L. Bloch, Rodney J. Bosco, Cindy Conover,
Moses A. Cook, Elizabeth R. Dewey, Karen
E. Evans, Theodore A. Howard, Arian M. June,
Annette K. Kwok, Megan Lacchini, Ellen
Ostrow, Leah M. Quadrino, Gregory S. Smith,
Keiko K. Takagi, Benjamin F. Wilson,
Christopher P. Zubowicz
Read about some of the Center's success
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Robert J. Spagnoletti
Editor in Chief
Jenny L. Martin
Andrea T. Williams
Senior Content Editor
Fleur L. Harris
Darrin Richardson was approved for a
life-saving double lung transplant, thanks to
Allison Highley, his pro bono attorney assigned
by the D.C. Bar Pro Bono Center. Above,
Richardson celebrates the legal victory with his
caregiver Stephanie Wilson.
Jeffery Leon; email: JLeon@dcbar.org;
Tracy Schorn; email: TSchorn@dcbar.org;
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WITH YOUR PEERS
Wondering what a fellow litigator thinks
about a ruling? Want advice straight from
your peers? The D.C. Bar will soon be
launching interactive, private chat groups
for members to engage and share ideas.
Tune in for updates!
The D.C. Bar Board of Governors approved
a bylaw change to charge a reinstatement
fee of $280 after a member is suspended
for nonpayment of dues. The reinstatement fee is in lieu of any prior year dues
or late charges.
Darrin Richardson by Patrice Gilbert Photography; illustration, thinkstock
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