/UserFiles/files/Community Service Request for Approval-APPROVED 11 18 15.pdf 2016 - 17 Community Services Committee
Seeks to improve and prioritize the Bar's volunteer outreach opportunities and to collaborate with the community on legal issues, the legal system, and school and community needs.
Class of 2017
Class of 2018
Class of 2019
Kimberly A. Gossage
Denise L. Bessellieu
Kelsey J. Queen
Robert K. Corbett III
Kerry B. Everett
Michael R. Haigler
All proposed Community Service Activities to be undertaken by a member or Section of the Mecklenburg County Bar (“MCB”), acting as a representative of the MCB, must be approved in advance by the Community Service Committee (the “Committee”) of the Lawyer as Volunteers Advisory Panel. All community service activities that contain a fundraising component must also be coordinated with the Mecklenburg Bar Foundation. To submit a Request for Approval, please complete the Community Service Activity-Request for Approval Form and return it to Lauren Jons, Legal Services Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Lauren Johns, Legal Services Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteer Need / Commitment
Members of the Community Services Committee attend quarterly committee meetings, review community service and volunteer project ideas, and look for additional opportunities to collaborate with the community. Interested in joining this committee? Complete the committee interest form.
2015-16 Community Services Committee Report
Erin Taylor, Chair & Barrett Morris, Vice-Chair
The Community Service Committee (CSC) seeks to improve and prioritize the Bar’s volunteer outreach opportunities and to collaborate with the community on legal issues, the legal system, and school and community needs.
The CSC approved six community service projects this fiscal year, including the Young Lawyers Division’s (YLD) Know Your Rights Clinic and Ask-A-Lawyer Day, in which the YLD aided more than 30 community members in under two hours.
The CSC is working to collaborate with the Mecklenburg Bar Foundation (MBF) by exploring the idea of offering to help secure volunteer assistance for MBF grant recipients.