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Good in Practice | Episode 13: Committed to Community: Non-Profit Transactional Work

In this episode of Good in Practice, Heller talks with Greenberg Traurig Chicago office Associate LaQuenta C. Rudison about her transactional non-profit work. Rudison discusses growing up in the South Side of Chicago, how that helped shape her pro bono practice, and what led her to commit to work for and with the community that she used to call home. Heller and Rudison also discuss cultural competence and the important role it can play when helping pro bono clients.

Good in Practice is formatted to tell the powerful stories of the good pro bono work can achieve, highlighting the work of Greenberg Traurig attorneys, staff, and clients. The goal is to encourage all practitioners to assist underserved and vulnerable communities by providing much-needed legal counsel on a volunteer basis.

 

©2021 Greenberg Traurig, LLP. All rights reserved. National Law Review, Volume XI, Number 117
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Caroline Heller, Greenberg Traurig Law Firm, New York, Litigation Attorney
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Caroline J. Heller is an atttorney in the Litigation Practice of the firm's New York office. She is also Chair of Greenberg Traurig’s Global Pro Bono program. Caroline focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation and business disputes on a nationwide basis in the fields of professional liability, partnership disputes, securities litigation and entertainment disputes. She has litigation experience in federal and state courts and arbitration experience before the American Arbitration...

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