In recognition of National Pro Bono Week (October 23–29, 2011), the UT Law Pro Bono Program celebrates the pro bono efforts of members of the Law School community.
Recently the Pro Bono Program spoke with Jake Gilbreath, a 2009 UT Law graduate and an attorney at Piper & Turner PLLC, about his pro bono work in family law.
Gilbreath had his first experience with family law when he participated in the UT Law Domestic Violence Clinic for two semesters. He tried a contested case in front of a judge at the end of his first semester. “The judge still mentions that case to this day,” Gilbreath said. “There’s honestly no better way to learn than to do the clinic.”
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