Annual Art on the Beach Goes Virtual

Tune in to our final episode! We will be offering this free streaming event series as our opportunity to give back to the communities that have supported us for so many years. The main event will be November 8, 2020, and will include an exciting array of artists, interviews, home tours, and spirited online auction. Leading up to November, we hosted monthly mini episodes. Missed our earlier episodes?August’s episode …

COVID-19 Operations: Frequently Asked Questions

Is Charleston Pro Bono Legal Services open during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic? Yes. Our office is open and operating, however we are following the recommendations of Government and Public Health Officials. For your safety and ours, we are only meeting with clients by a scheduled telephone appointment. If you are a current client of Charleston Pro Bono Legal Services and …

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Review: Art on the Beach Event

Here’s the the awesome write up from Island Eye News covering #artonthebeach17! Thrilled to see Emma had an opportunity to tour the homes, meet the artists, and taste the treats. Also love that she chatted with former Ackerman Fellow and #AOTBchs17 volunteer Brittany Sutton! Well done, everyone! #bringon2018

Volunteer Attorney – High Fives!

Just received the following thank you e-mail following last night’s outreach program at HALOS: “Megan was AWESOME. She facilitated a very lively conversation and really showed off her knowledge of our caregiver’s issues. Participants walked away feeling very grateful and informed. They were already begging her to come back!” Great job, Megan Hunt Dell! We thank you for giving your time and …

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The City of Charleston Honors CPBLS for 50 Years of Service

By: Charleston County Bar Association President, Elizabeth Scott Moïse of Nelson Mullins Imagine if you were struggling financially and were served with legal papers stating that you and your family were being evicted or your home was going into foreclosure? Or that you were about to lose custody of your child or lose your public benefits such as veteran’s benefits …