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AILA’s Pro Bono Newsletter, Summer 2011

Cite as "AILA InfoNet Doc. No. 11061362 (posted Jun. 13, 2011)"

AILA brings you the latest issue of the Pro Bono Newsletter on our digital reading platform! You can peruse the Summer 2011 edition on your home computer, smart phone, or tablet like an iPad! When the viewer opens, use the top navigation bar to flip pages, print, search for keywords, share with colleagues, and much more!

For those who have trouble with the new format, the PDF version of the Pro Bono Newsletter Summer 2011 issue is also available.

In This Issue:

"Why Should I Do Pro Bono?"
With over 25 years of practice, attorney Ken Mayeaux shares lessons learned on why pro bono service is so vital to the profession and to every lawyer's career.

"AILA Hosts First Pro Bono Clinic in Connection With Annual Conference"
On Wednesday, June 15, 2011, AILA will kick off its 2011 Annual Conference in San Diego by hosting a pro bono immigration clinic at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law.

"AILA Atlanta Chapter Forges New Partnership With Fort Stewart Army Base"
When officials at Fort Stewart Army Base called AILA for help handling immigration issues for soldiers and their families, the Atlanta Chapter was quick to help out.

"Roots of AILA's Citizenship Day Trace Back to AILA Washington Chapter"
Learn more about the roots of AILA's Citizenship Day and how chapters around the country participated this year.

New England Recognizes Successes, Wanda Luettgen
AILA New England's pro bono committee has had a busy few years with its successful new AILA/PAIR/EOIR Pro Bono program.

Plus: Spotlight on Jennifer Peyton

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