2013 Cumberland County PBA Pro Bono Attorney of the Year: Megan Riesmeyer
The Pennsylvania Bar Association, through its Legal Services to the Public Committee, joined the Cumberland County Bar Association and its CCBA Pro Bono Committee in honoring Megan Riesmeyer as the recipient of the 2013 PBA Pro Bono Award. Shown above are award recipient Riesmeyer, right, with PBA County Bar Services Director Nicole Antos and Rob Kline, outgoing president of the CCBA. Read more about the award presentation.
Celebration of National Pro Bono Week, Oct. 21-25, 2013
The Cumberland County Bar Foundation, in partnership with the Cumberland County Bar Association, MidPenn Legal Services and Penn State University Dickinson School of Law, will be celebrating National Pro Bono Week with an educational program in Cumberland County schools titled "The Lifelong Impact of a Criminal Record."
Pro Bono Awards Presented at Cumberland County Bar Association Gathering, Jan. 24, 2013
Below are photos from the event.
From left, John W. Frommer, Samuel L. Andes and Bret P. Shaffer; Andes received a PBA 2012 Pro Bono Award; Frommer and Shaffer each received the Cumberland County Bar Association’s 2012 Pro Bono Attorney of the Year Award.
Andes with PBA President Forest N. Myers
Marcus A. McKnight III, left, and Myers.
Cumberland County Residential Mortgage Foreclosure Diversion Program Resources, March 2012
Find the agenda for the for the residential mortgage foreclosure diversion training program held March 9, 2012, as posted to the Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network website, with links to video of the program and training materials on the Penn State Dickinson School of Law website.
Cumberland County Bar Foundation 40 - 50 - 60 Years of Service Reception, Oct. 27, 2011
Presentation of the 2011 Pro Bono Award, Cumberland County Bar Association; from left, Hubert Gilroy, George B. Faller Jr., Katie Maxwell, state Supreme Court Justice J. Michael Eakin, Jennifer Spears, PBA Vice President Forest N. Myers, Thomas J. Williams, David Fitzsimons, Chris VanLandingham and PBA Pro Bono Coordinator David K. Trevaskis
Public Meetings During 2011 National Pro Bono Week
The Cumberland County Bar Association is partnering with Penn State Dickinson School of Law Family and Elder Protection Clinics and MidPenn Legal Services to sponsor two public-service evening events, Oct. 24 and 26. Click here for information.
MidPenn Legal Services Cumberland County Office Fact Sheet, FY 2010-11
MidPenn Legal Services Program-Wide Fact Sheet, FY 2010-11
MidPenn Legal Services Cumberland County Office Fact Sheet, FY 2009-10
MidPenn Legal Services Program-Wide Fact Sheet, FY 2009-10
Cumberland County Bar Association Direct Service Pro Bono Program PowerPoint Presentation, December 2010
2010 National Pro Bono Week
Members of the Cumberland County Bar Association participated in public service events at two locations during National Pro Bono Week. The Very Important Papers (VIP) Program was held at the Fredricksen Library in Camp Hill on Oct. 26 and at the Bosler Library in Carlisle on Oct. 27. The CCBA membership recognizes that many Cumberland County residents do not have their Very Important Papers (i.e., Wills, Trusts, Power of Attorneys and Advance Health Directives) in order. Members of the Cumberland County Bar Association were available to review and distribute the VIP inventory brochure.
‘Know Your Credit Rights Campaign,’ Oct. 29, 2010
The Cumberland County Bar Association (CCBA), along with the PBA and 32 other county bar associations, has launched a new credit rights public education campaign. As part of the campaign, the associations are distributing a free “Know Your Credit Rights” brochure with information on the new federal rules designed to help protect credit card users. A copy of the brochure is available from the CCBA office or download a PDF version of the credit rights brochure. Read the PBA’s campaign announcement.
Mid-Year Meeting Celebrates Public Service, June 22, 2010
At the CCBA Mid-Year Meeting, Linda Cecconello, recently hired as the first CCBA Pro Bono Coordinator, presented an update on the bar’s pro bono program and helped celebrate the presentation of two main pro bono awards to Hubert X. Gilroy (IOLTA Award) and Christopher C. Houston (Stuart Award). Click here for more on the awards. Cecconello can be reached at 32 S. Bedford Street, Carlisle, Pa. 17013; phone: (717) 249-3166, fax: (717) 249-2663 ; e-mail: email@example.com; website: website: www.cumberlandbar.com.
Midyear Meeting Photos, June 22, 2010
Penn State Dickinson Public Interest Law Week, April 2010
Cumberland County Pro Bono Options, 2010
MidPenn Legal Services Cumberland County Office Fact Sheet, FY 2008-09
MidPenn Legal Services Program-Wide Fact Sheet, FY 2008-09
County Pro Bono Information Sheet, 2007