VLJ's staff attorney Kaleia Edmundo (right) wrote an article that was published in New Jersey Family Lawyer Magazine. The article (link below) expresses the need for and benefits of pro bono work in New Jersey.
As per the court's orders, attorneys in New Jersey must complete a set amount of pro bono work each year. So, why not volunteer with VLJ? Visit our Volunteers page to see how you can get involved.
Volunteer Lawyers for Justice's Divorce Program — one of eleven pro bono opportunity programs — helps pair clients going through the divorce process with attorneys for limited scope service.