Graduate of Oklahoma City University School of Law
Volunteer with TRLA’s Community Justice Program – Cameron and Willacy Counties
How long have you been doing pro bono work?
Since I was licenced in 1992. However, the creation of the CJP has enabled me to take on more cases.
Why do you do pro bono work?
I’ve been blessed with a law degree and a great career. I feel an obligation to give back some of what I’ve received. In the process, I hope to play a small part in improving the perception of lawyers.
What benefits do you get from volunteering with TRLA?
TRLA is not only able to make clients available that I might otherwise not meet; TRLA’s great staff, organization and assistance make taking pro-bono cases easy.
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