Harold Albritton Pro Bono Leadership Award The Harold Albritton Pro Bono Leadership Award seeks to identify and honor individual lawyers who through their leadership and commitment have enhanced the human dignity of others by improving pro bono legal services to our state’s poor and disadvantaged. The Award will be presented during Pro Bono Week 2012.
In order to nominate an individual for this award, please submit no more than two single-spaced pages that provide specific, concrete examples of the nominee’s performance of as many of the following criteria as apply:
- demonstrated dedication to the development and delivery of legal services to persons of limited means or low income communities through a pro bono program;
- contributed significant work toward developing innovative approaches to delivery of volunteer legal services;
- participated in an activity that resulted in satisfying previously unmet needs or in extending services to underserved segments of the population; OR
- successfully achieved legislation or rule changes that contributed substantially to legal services for persons of limited means or low income communities.
To the extent appropriate, include in the award criteria narrative a description of any bar association activities applicable to the above criteria.
To be considered for the award nominations must be submitted by September 10, 2012. For more information about the nomination process contact Linda Lund at (334) 517-2246 or .