Houston Chapter

ACC Houston 3rd Annual Pro Bono Initiative
Speed Pairing for Pro Bono Services


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1753 Post Oak Blvd.
Houston, TX 77056


Have you ever wanted to accept a pro bono case but hesitated because you do not specialize in family, landlord/tenant or tax law?  For transactional attorneys, do you worry about having to step into a courtroom?
If so, you do not want to miss out on the ACC Houston Pro Bono Committee’s pro bono pairing event at Masraff's where you will have an opportunity to team up with a Gardere attorney on a pro bono case. You will be able to review prospective cases provided by various Houston area organizations, pick the case of your choice and partner with a Gardere attorney who will support you every step of the way.  Whether you are an attorney with a transactional or litigation background, there will be a case for you.  Come join us for networking, food and a chance to give back to those most in need through the provision of pro bono legal services.


The Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) is a global bar association that promotes the common professional and business interests of in-house counsel who work for and whose primary responsibility is providing legal advice to corporations, associations and other private-sector organizations.   Accordingly, the ACC Houston Chapter reserves the right to limit attendance at any of its Continuing Legal Education (CLE) events to ACC Houston Chapter members or non-ACC chapter member in-house attorneys only.   If you are not an in-house attorney and wish to attend a CLE event, you may only do so, space permitting, if you are accompanied by an in-house attorney from your company or organization.


Elena Baer
Phone: 713-839-0808
E-mail: acchouston@accglobal.com



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