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Volunteer Highlight: Karen Bruner Stroup

We can all be Connectors by translating who and what we know to assist our communities. At the Legal Clinic, that might mean helping clients collect their documents, bridging the gap between the pro bono housing counselor and the client who is facing foreclosure. Or it might mean helping someone who was recently laid off apply for food stamps. As a Connector, you can ensure that those in our community are able to find and utilize the many resources that may be available, but impossible for them to reach without your helping hand.

Brackets-For-Good Video: Deep Ops Edition

UPDATE: Thank you for supporting #TeamJustice and helping low-income families receive free legal services by making a donation to Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic. We may be out now, but during […]

A Message from Volunteer Attorney Stephanie Pickens: Use Your Gifts

“Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of  God’s grace in its various forms.”  1 Peter 4:10 After moving to Indianapolis […]

Meet Legal Intern & Volunteer Attorney William Fife

Meet William Fife our 2012 Summer Legal Intern turned volunteer in-house attorney. William was born and raised in Indianapolis and attended IU Bloomington for undergrad where he studied Public Affairs. […]

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