Friday, January 29, 2010

Images of the PBJ 2010 trips

UT Law students during the 2010 Pro Bono in January trip to Houston worked with the Houston Volunteer Lawyers Project on a title clearance project.
Back row (left to right): United Way employee, Rishabh Godha, Justin Lipe, Adrian Jaimes, Lindzi Timberlake, Jonathan Noble, Daniel Clemons
Front row (left to right): Mary Futcher, Kelly Whitebread, Sarah Flynn, Michelle Smith, Stacy Cammarano, Nita Garg

Jonathan Noble, Nita Garg, Sarah Flynn, Adrian Jaimes, Michelle Smith.

Stacy Cammarano works with HVLP volunteer lawyers.

Kelly Whitebread

Jonathan Noble, Adrian Jaimes, Sarah Flynn, and Michelle Smith at work in HVLP offices.

Michelle Smith, Rishabh Godha, Dan Clemons, Stacy Cammarano enjoy a Rockets game!

Through Pro Bono in January 2010, 30 UT Law students also traveled to the Rio Grande Valley to work with a variety of nonprofit legal organizations. 

Some students traveled to Harlingen, Texas to work on detainee interview and asylum applications through the Pro Bono for Asylum Representation Project of the American Bar Association (ProBAR).
Immigration training with UT Law Immigration Clinic Professor Barbara Hines.

Molly Powers and Adriana Rodriquez work with a ProBAR attorney from the children's division.

Raquel Burson and Martha Buttry work with Barbara Hines on their project.

Approaching the Willacy Detention Center.

ProBAR attorneys and UT Law students mingle at a Mexican dinner.

Adrtiana Rodriguez with a lawyer from ProBAR.

Raquel Burson and Martha Buttry with Meredith Linsky, head of ProBAR.

Other students traveled to McAllen, Texas to conduct a community wills clinic with Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid. They also completed immigration document review for the Texas Civil Rights Project.
Tracey Bamburger, Jayna Genti and Mariel de la Garza conduct document review.

 Jason Cordova, Shannon Lam, Kyle Elliott, and John Rhoads.

Kathryn Olsen and Bianca Garcia hard at work.

Jayna Genti and Kelsey Snapp enjoy homemade cooking by Texas Civil Rights Project staff.

Students relax in the evening with Jenga.

Bo Liu shows off the community dorms where the women stayed.

Students gather in McAllen for a reception with judges and local attorneys hosted by the UT Alumni Association.

UT law students Shannon Sims, Raquel Burson, Lisa Hart, Tracey Bamburger, Jordan Pollack, Martha Buttry, Jayna Genti, and Molly Powers at the UT Alumni Association reception in McAllen.

Kathryn Olsen shows off her PBJ tshirt.

Katy Rosenberg and Lisa Hart visit the border near McAllen.

Students gather after work at a Mexican restaurant.


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  2. Jamie Graham

    Divorce Attorney
    Fathers rights Attorney
    Family lawyer
    Military family law
    Pedophile defender
    child rapist lover