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2015 Pro Bono Awards

Tuesday 10/20/2015 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.


Foundation For The Carolinas
220 N. Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

Horack Talley is proud to receive the Outstanding Firm Service Award from the Council for Children's Rights at the 2015 Pro Bono Awards on Tuesday, October 20 at the Foundation for the Carolinas.

John Parker, a staff attorney on the custody advocacy team, said, "Horack Talley is a great law firm that has been very generous in providing the CFCR Custody Advocacy Program with really good lawyers – Gena Morris, Mitchell Kelling, Will Medlin, Libby James, and Bree Laughrun – doing great work for vulnerable children, foot soldiers on the front lines of divorce wars between bitter parents.”

Each year, Council for Children’s Rights, Legal Aid of North Carolina and Legal Services of the Southern Piedmont come together to host the Pro Bono Awards. The awards recognize the significant pro bono contributions that individuals and legal firms make to the three agencies. For more information about the awards and these organizations, please visit their websites:

2015 Pro Bono Awards

Council for Children's Rights

Legal Aid of North Carolina

Legal Services of Southern Piedmont

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