Volunteer Spotlight – Kathryn Davis

Kathryn Davis, Esq. Bond & Botes, P.C. How long have you volunteered?  Around 9 yearrs   Why do you volunteer?  I began volunteering with the MCVLP when I moved to Huntsville after law school and was looking for a job. It was a great way to get experience and help out the community too. I have continued volunteering […]

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Volunteer Spotlight – Shelley Lewis

Shelley Lewis, Esq.  Gaines, Gault, & Hendrix, PC Shelley Lewis has been an incredible asset and true leader for the MCVLP during her tenure on the Board. For the past year, Shelley has served as the Board President, and we are eternally grateful for her outstanding leadership. Along with managing her duties as Board President, Shelley […]

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New Lawyers in the Library Clinic debuts in December 2019

The MCVLP is excited to announce a new partnership with the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library. Our Lawyers in the Library Clinic debuted on December 19, 2019. Come out to the Main Branch of the Public Library and receive counsel and advice consultations from volunteer lawyers. The Clinic will run monthly on the third Thursday of […]

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Volunteer Spotlight – Emily Young

Emily J. Young. Esq. Green Mountain Legal Services How long have you volunteered? I have volunteered for five years.   Why do you volunteer?  I love it! I’ve had the opportunity to meet people from all walks of life. Each situation is like a puzzle that needs to be solved. And you get to help people along the […]

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Celebrate Pro Bono!

Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Tom Parker issued an order on September 30, 2019, designating October 2019 as Pro Bono Month in the Alabama Judiciary. His order recognizes the valuable contributions made by attorneys offering pro bono services throughout the year and encourages pro bono participation across the state to address the legal needs of low-income Alabamians. In […]

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Volunteer Spotlight – Sydney Dean

 Sydney Dean, Esq. Attorney at Law  How long have you volunteered? About eight years. My first case was a social security garnishment case for child support where the client, who was in his 70’s, was terminally ill with cancer and unemployed (as was his wife). The children the subject of child support were adults in their 30’s. The […]

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