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IBA: Pro Bono Committee Seeks New Members

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Andrew Campbell, Chair of IndyBar’s Pro Bono Standing Committee and an associate at Baker & Daniels, has announced that vacancies currently exist on the committee. Due to job transfers outside the city three vacancies have recently been created.

The Pro Bono Committee monitors, operates and evaluates the IndyBar’s pro bono initiative and identifies future opportunities for pro bono service and involvement. Some activities organized by the committee include the monthly Legal Line telephone based legal advice program, the publishing of The Commonly Asked Questions About Indiana Law guidebook, the Marion Superior Court Pro Bono Project, the Low Asset Wills program, Hospice Program and more.

Any IndyBar wishing to be considered for one of the committee vacancies should contact IndyBar Pro Bono Coordinator Caren Chopp at cchopp@indybar.org. Standing Committee appointments, which will be made by June 15, will be recommended by the chair and must be approved by the IndyBar President.•

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