All LSNV offices will close at 12:00 pm on Thursday, December 13th. We will resume our normal business hours – 9:00 am – 5:00 pm on Friday, December 14th.
All LSNV offices will be closed on Monday December 25th, and Tuesday December 26th in observance of the Christmas Holiday.
Click on the link below for upcoming pro bono events.
The next meeting of LSNV’s Board of Directors will be held on January 10, 2018 at LSNV’s Fairfax Office, 4080 Chain Bridge Road, 2nd Floor, Fairfax, VA 22030.
New address effective October 1, 2017.
100 N. Pitt Street, Suite 307
Alexandria, VA 22314
(all other contact info remains the same)
The VA Law Help 2 Go is a program that will enable those who use smartphones and other mobile devices to access brief informational videos about common civil legal issues in Virginia. The program was spearheaded by LSNV in partnership with the Virginia Legal Aid Society and Blue Ridge Legal Services and funded by the Legal Services Corporation (LSC) Technology Innovative Initiative Grant program. This technology initiative advances LSC’s goal of enabling users to accessportant legal information when and where it’s convenient for them.
For more information visit: http://www.valawhelp2go.org/
The August issue of Virginia Lawyer magazine, the official publication of the Virginia State Bar (circ. 49K), features an article about LSNV and the invaluable work done by our team of dedicated professionals. Take a look at it when you have a moment:
LSNV is proud to announce the Rule 6.1 Society, a new program to recognize and thank attorneys who perform at least 40 hours of pro bono work annually. Members of the Society receive an attractive lapel pin, a frame-able certificate of appreciation, and recognition on the LSNV website.
Rule 6.1 of the Virginia State Bar’s Rules of Professional Conduct says that “a lawyer should render at least two percent per year of the lawyer’s professional time to pro bono publico legal services.”
That 2% works out to be about 40 hours a year (Virginia Lawyer, February 2014). Our pro bono attorneys lend their expertise on issues as wide ranging as consumer advocacy, family law, housing, elder law and much more. We could not fulfill our mission to achieve equal justice and to provide hope and empowerment to thousands of Northern Virginians each year without their help.
The first year that attorneys qualify for membership in the Society, they will be Bronze members. The second year that they do they will be Silver members. Attorneys qualifying for three or more years will be Gold members. The attorneys who volunteered for 40 or more hours in 2015 are listed below. We are so grateful to them all.
If you are interested in finding out more about our pro bono program, or wish to volunteer, please contact our pro bono office.
Rule 6.1 Society Members
Bronze Members for 2016
- Amy Bradley
- Sara Dajani
- Malika Elkettani
- Muhammed Elsayed
- Carly Jehlen
- Anastasia Kranias
- Mikhail Lopez
- Gina Marine
- John Roche
- Charles Rothermel
- Ramika Stephens
- K. Leigh Taylor
Silver Members for 2016
- Stephen Fowler
- Carolyn Grimes
- Laura O’Brien
- Dan Schy
- Robert Walker
- Susan Wuchinich
To nominate yourself, or a colleague, please contact our pro bono office.