2014 Pro Bono Honor Roll


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The joint Mecklenburg Access to Justice Pro Bono Partners Program of Legal Services of Southern Piedmont and Legal Aid of North Carolina-Charlotte is pleased to partner with the Council for Children’s Rights in recognizing our committed pro bono attorneys who donated at least 20 hours of pro bono service or closed three or more pro bono cases for our clients in the prior calendar.

Congratulations and thank you to the dedicated legal professionals listed below. Each of you has played a key role in helping our agencies provide access to justice to low-income clients in our community.

Stephen D. Allred*

Cynthia Ann Aziz

Carolyn R. Bellof

Denise L. Bessellieu

Rashad L. Blossom

Benjamin J. Brummel

Jazmin G. Caldwell

John H. Capitano*

P. Mercer Cauley

Kimberly N. Cochran

Daniel J. Colaizzi

Richard H. Conner, III

Eric H. Cottrell*

William T. Culpepper, IV

Ahmad Elkhouly

Jonathan A. Ellis*

Landon S. Eustache*

Benjamin P. Fryer

Timothy W. Gilbert

Robert J. Hahn*

Jodie N. Herrmann*

Thomas P. Holderness

Pearlynn G. Houck

Douglas M. Jarrell

Andrew A. Kasper

Danielle E. Katz

Douglas H. Kim

Arris N. King*

William G. Lambert

Joshua D. Lanning*

Hannah F. Little

Thomas E. McNeill*

T. Richmond McPherson, III

Nancy B. Norelli

Sinead N. O’Doherty

Matthew E. Orso*

Fred P. Parker, IV

Sean F. Perrin*

Henry N. Pharr, III

Charles A. Phipps

Amanda R. Pickens

James M. Rashid*

Anne E. Reuben

Andrew C. Rheingrover

Garry S. Rice

Brent A. Rosser

Jennifer M. Scott

Gary E. Schuler

Marie C. Shea

Morgan E. Stewart

Edward T. Stukes

Susan C. Tarnower

Harmony W. Taylor

Christopher P. Thompson

Philip Turtletaub

Lisa F. Vaughn

Beady B. Waddell III

Ann L. Warren

William A. White

* We encourage those attorneys with 50 or more hours of pro bono service to self-report to the North Carolina Bar Association. If you have fulfilled the requirements of NC Rule of Professional Conduct 6.1 and have completed 50 or more hours of pro bono service this year, please consider joining the North Carolina Bar Association’s Pro Bono Honor Roll. Members of the Honor Roll are recognized throughout the year and serve as model attorneys in giving back to their communities. To learn more or to be included, please contact David Bohm at dbohm@NCBAR.ORG.