Emily Hodge Featured in Lawyers' Clearinghouse Newsletter

Emily Hodge Featured in Lawyers' Clearinghouse Newsletter

Lawyers' Clearinghouse Newsletter

 | August 28, 2009

 | Emily Hodge

Emily Hodge, associate in litigation, was featured in the Lawyers' Clearinghouse Newsletter for her work with the Massachusetts Legal Clinic for the Homeless.  Ms. Hodge coordinates the firm’s volunteer work with Lawyers' Clearinghouse, which operates free legal clinics throughout the year at area homeless shelters. 

In the interview, Ms. Hodge spoke about her involvement over the years with various  pro bono initiatives, which began when she was a law student at Georgetown.  She discussed the professional development opportunities her pro bono work offers, as well as how rewarding she finds representing pro bono clients.  She emphased how she “particularly valued the opportunity to get to know the clients and to use legal resources to positively impact their personal struggles.”


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