Volunteer Spotlight – Elissa Green

  Elissa Green, Esq. Attorney at Law   How long have you volunteered?  I have volunteered with the MCVLP for over eight years.   Why do you volunteer? I volunteer; because, I like giving back to the community.  Usually, the people who come to the MCVLP, have limited income, and they do not know how […]

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Volunteer Spotlight – Tara Helms

  Tara L. Helms, Esq. Martin & Helms, P.C.   Tara Helms has been an incredible asset and true leader for the MCVLP during her tenure on the Board.  As a Board member, she has gone above and beyond to help support and grow the MCVLP.  For the past year, Tara has served as the […]

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Volunteer Spotlight – Gerri Plain

Gerri L. Plain, Esq. Gaines, Gault, & Hendrix, P.C. How long have you volunteered? During law school at Cumberland, I volunteered at as many clinics and pro bono events as I could.  I signed up for the MCVLP as soon as I passed the Bar and have consistently volunteered since. I was appointed to the […]

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Volunteer Spotlight – Nathan Hill

Nathan Hill, Esq. Grace, Matthews, & Debro, LLC   How long have you volunteered? The case I recently closed was effectively my first pro bono experience.  However, I did attend a family law day with the MCVLP in December 2017.  My role was much more limited on that day.  At the family law day, I […]

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Volunteer Spotlight – Austin Hagood

  Austin Hagood, Esq.    Bradley    How long have you volunteered?  I became seriously involved in volunteering when I first joined the Boy Scouts, roughly 16 years ago. Through that program I was heavily involved in service projects that helped the Huntsville community, including Habitat for Humanity, Meals on Wheels, and my Eagle Scout […]

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Volunteer Spotlight – Dan Dwyer

1. How long have you volunteered?  I have served as volunteer for the MCVLP for a little over one year. 2.  Why do you volunteer?  The principal of our firm (Jeremiah Hodges, Hodges Trial Lawyers, P.C.) suggested that I do it.  Turns out, it was the right thing to do. 3.  What is your most […]

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