Cross Country Creativity: Innovative Pro Bono Models from Several States 

Webinar Details

This presentation was part of day 2 of the ABA CILA & COI Pro Bono Symposium.

Hear how nonprofit pro bono coordinators from Florida, Texas, and Tennessee use creative models to engage more volunteers and maximize legal representation for children in immigration proceedings, and the best ways they have found to balance the high level of demand for services with large caseloads and limited budgets. The panelists will discuss the most common challenges their pro bono programs face and will share the solutions that have helped them rise to meet these challenges. Utilizing creative and innovative models, they will share different ideas for managing programs and best leveraging outside resources and support from community partners and volunteers. Time will be provided for Q&A to address other programs’ challenges and most pressing questions on pro bono, resulting in a brain trust for best incorporating pro bono support.

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Recorded Date

September 15, 2023


  • Angela Bouliakis Andronis, Americans for Immigrant Justice
  • Stacie Hammond, Latino Memphis
  • Sarah Hanners, Catholic Legal Services of Miami
  • Alexa Sendukas, Galveston-Houston Immigrant Representation Project

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