If you’re looking to learn more about new programs and initiatives at MVLS, check out the Maryland State Bar Association (MSBA) May Bar Bulletin.
In this month’s iteration, MVLS CAN members Melinda Fithen, Olivia Holcombe-Volke, and Brian Weeks co-wrote an article about the future of pro bono in Maryland. MVLS CAN (Community Advocacy Network) is a new initiative that MVLS launched this spring to provide legal professionals with the chance to give back to their communities and engage in pro bono in a whole new way. MVLS Deputy Director Susan Francis penned an article about the importance of getting more retired attorneys involved with pro bono on pages 9 and 16 of the Bar Bulletin. And on page 11, MVLS got the chance to share more information about the Advance Planning Project that took off this past March, thanks to the generosity of the Leonard and Helen R. Stulman Charitable Foundation.
You can find the Bar Bulletin here to read the full articles.