The IndyBar pro bono volunteers have been BUSY over the past few months, and we're proud to recognize these dedicated volunteers.
Homeless Shelter Project
This program sends teams of two to local shelters every three weeks to counsel residents and help them address their issues. The IndyBar thanks these dedicated volunteers: Miranda Bernadac, Riley Bennett & Egloff LLP; Eric Buetens; Cynthia Dean, Child Advocates, Inc.; Kerri Farmer, Montross Miller Muller Mendelson & Kennedy LLP; Mike Hebenstreit, Whitham Hebenstreit & Zubek LLP; Belinda Kunczt, Montross Miller Muller Mendelson & Kennedy LLP; Joe Maguire, Norris Choplin Schroeder LLP; Michael Moon, Barnes & Thornburg LLP; Robert Mount, Federal Aviation Administration; Eric Riegner, Frost Brown Todd LLC; Roberta Ross, Ross & Brunner; Anthony Sullivan, Barnes & Thornburg LLP; L. Craig Turner, Buehler Law Group; David Vornehm; Germaine Wilett, Ice Miller LLP; Justin Wiser, Frost Brown Todd LLC.
Volunteers help put fears to rest by answering legal questions and providing limited representation to terminally ill patients in the last days of their lives. The IndyBar thanks these dedicated volunteers: Kyle Allen, Hunter Estate & Elder Law; Oni Harton, Barnes & Thornburg LLP; Larry Lawhead, Barnes & Thornburg LLP; Claire Lewis, Law Office of Claire E. Lewis; Beth Sullivan-Summers; Troy Tyson, Tyson Law Firm.
IndyBar Legal Line - September
IndyBar attorney volunteers assisted 35 callers with free legal advice during this month’s Legal Line program on September 10. The IndyBar thanks these dedicated volunteers: Kasey Polk and Dallin Lykins, Lewis Kappes PC; Seth Smoker, Stacia Buechler, Rebekah Mackey, Nathan Hagerman, all of Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP; Paula Cardoza-Jones; Bryan Stoffel, Stoffel Law.
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