But, to get to the first tee, there was a lot of planning, fundraising and coordination among private and public sectors. Husch Blackwell helped Chris troubleshoot problem areas and keep the project on track. The ambitious project required several separately owned parcels of land in a mature urban neighborhood to be under common ownership. Additionally, Chris needed a vehicle to help organize community outreach, raise funds, manage ongoing operations and maintenance, and interact with local authorities.
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Deciding whether to raise the education requirement for a certification and forecasting the impact of making that change. Evaluating healthcare program utilization patterns to inform decision-making aimed at increasing program enrollment. Predicting the impact of altering patient care intervals and increasing working days on a health program's enrollment and patient outcomes. Determining whether current data sets would be appropriate for grant requests and what potential data might need to be collected to aid requests.
Assisting vulnerable Western Australians to obtain access to justice.
We encourage our people to use their legal knowledge on a pro bono basis to help people in the communities where we live and work, who otherwise lack access to the services we offer. In our offices around the world we partner with organizations which share our commitment to offering assistance and legal knowledge to those who are in need. Participation in pro bono initiatives is open to all of our lawyers. In some cases, our offices offer leave for colleagues to spend time on approved pro bono projects whilst in others, we encourage and promote engagement by recognising and rewarding those who give their time to participate in pro bono work. Whether providing legal advice through local law centers and clinics or assisting charities and non-profits by offering assistance on legal matters, we provide our pro bono clients with the same high standards of client service as our fee-paying clients, and in return, our people are given the opportunity to develop valuable experience and advocacy skills.
The University of South Carolina School of Law believes it is important to foster the ethic of professional obligation to provide service to the public, especially to those who cannot afford legal help or are who are unrepresented. The Pro Bono Program works to connect the knowledge to the real world and for over 30 years, USC law students have been actively involved in a variety of activities in service to the community. The range of opportunities to serve is varied and ever changing.