After helping 22 clients create an amazing 57 legal documents today in the Avery County Senior Center, the Western Wills Trip enjoyed a fantastic early dinner at Dunn's Deli in Banner Elk. Despite numerous distractions (eagles, shaggy sheepdog, lost beagles, a GPS named Karen with a mind of her own) the three SUVs managed to make it back to the cabin. Not together, or following the same path, or necessarily using roads, but back!
Read More... (The Town Wins!)
| Posted by Charlotte R. Stewart on Tue. March 12, 2013 11:16 PM
Categories: Spring Break 2013 (Western, Wills)
My purpose in coming to law school was to make use of my experience as an educator to serve the people of North Carolina in a different capacity; the Fall Break Wills Project allowed this hope to become reality.
This trip was my first opportunity to see the partnership between UNC’s Pro Bono program and Legal Aid in action, working to bolster the legal health of the communities we serve by marrying law students’ needs for practical legal experience with North Carolina’s growing need for low-cost, client-centered legal services.
Read More... (Each will drawn up is one fewer burden on grieving families.)
| Posted by Charlotte R. Stewart on Sat. October 29, 2011 12:01 PM
Categories: Fall Break 2011