On May 19, 2015, the Louisiana Supreme Court hosted the Louisiana State Bar Association’s 30th Annual Pro Bono Awards Ceremony. The ceremony honored attorneys and other public interest legal professionals from around the state who provided exceptional pro bono services to Louisiana’s indigent, who may not otherwise have received adequate representation or access to the legal system. I was humbled to receive the 2015 Childrens' Law Award for my work with PB&J:Pro Bono and Juveniles which trains and mentors attorneys to assist children with their immigration matters. I was honored to be in such amazing company from all over Louisiana (including a former student from my Immigration Law class at Loyola!). The Supreme Court building in the French Quarter is beautiful, the company was wonderful, and the purpose was uplifting. It was a great evening that made me proud of my profession and filled me with hope. Congratulations to all of the amazing recipients!
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