Pro Bono in this County:
Information is currently being updated.
2018 Lycoming Law Association Pro Bono Report
2018 Lycoming Law Association Fair Share Award
2018 Lycoming Law Association Honorable Thomas Wood, Jr. Equal Access to Justice and Outstanding Law Firm Achievement Awards
Mowrey, Person Receive PBA Pro Bono Awards, Jan. 9, 2023
David Trevaskis, PBA Pro Bono coordinator, presented a PBA Pro Bono award to Corey Mowrey, immediate past president of the Lycoming Law Association, and to John Person on Jan. 9, 2023.
Pictured below: Mowrey, Trevaskis
Hillman of Lycoming County Receives PBA Pro Bono Award, Jan. 14, 2019
Bradley S. Hillman of Casale & Bonner PC, Williamsport, received a PBA Pro Bono Award and the Lycoming Law Association (LLA) Hon Thomas Wood. Jr. Equal Access to Justice on Jan. 14, 2019, at the LLA annual banquet. Hillman was recognized for his dedication to a PFA panel and as a family law resource.
Pictured below, from left: LLA President Christian Frey, PBA President Charles Eppolito, Bradley Hillman and PBA Pro Bono Coordinator David Trevaskis
Campana of Lycoming County Receives PBA Pro Bono Award, Jan. 16, 2018
In celebration of its long institutionalization of pro bono service, PBA President Sharon R. López addressed Lycoming Law Association members Jan. 16, and presented Peter Campana with a 2018 Pro Bono Award for his exceptional service to those in need. In 1985, the Lycoming Law Association established a pro bono program that featured a partnership of legal aid, the private bar and the local bar association. That program became the model that the PBA embraced with its 1990 Report of the Task Force on the Delivery of Legal Services to the Needy.
From left: PBA Pro Bono Coordinator David Trevaskis, López, Campana and Lycoming Law Association President Jennifer L. Heverly.
Ayers of Lycoming County Receives 2017 Pro Bono Award, Jan 9, 2017
Shown below, PBA Pro Bono Coordinator David Trevaskis welcomes PBA President Sara A. Austin (at right) and PBA 2017 Pro Bono Award winner Jen Ayers at the Lycoming County Bar Association on Jan. 9. Click here to read Austin's remarks.
Wills for Heroes Event in Lycoming County, May 2016
Wills for Heroes Clinic, Oct. 17, 2015
The Pennsylvania Bar Association Young Lawyers Division and the Wills for Heroes Foundation, with sponsorship by Ballard Spahr LLP, are hosting upcoming events across Pennsylvania. At these events, free wills and powers of attorney are prepared for police officers, firefighters and other first responders who risk their lives every day to make sure our communities are safe. Programs are staffed by lawyer volunteers and are conveniently offered to first responders at meeting halls and police and fire stations. On Oct. 17, volunteer lawyers will be conducting a Wills for Heroes program for all Pennsylvania first responders (active and retired), all sworn personnel and their spouses, partners or significant others. The event will be held at the Old Lycoming Twp. Vol. Fire Co., 1600 Dewey Ave, Williamsport, beginning at 11 a.m. If you have any questions about this event, please contact Kristine Waltz at [email protected]. For more information on the Wills for Heroes program, see https://www.pabar.org/public/yld/Projects/willsforheroesyld.asp.
Lycoming County's Kathleen Raker Receives PBA Pro Bono and Equal Justice Awards, Outstanding Law Firm Achievement Awards Also Presented, Jan. 12, 2015
David Trevaskis, PBA pro bono coordinator (far left), presented Lycoming County attorney Kathleen Raker (second from right) with a PBA Pro Bono Award for 2015. North Penn Legal Services Executive Director Victoria Coyle (far right) and Williamsport Office Manager Danna Rich-Collins joined in the presentation. Read more about the event.