What type of pro bono work are you involved in?
I have been lucky enough to work with Texas RioGrande Legal Aid (TRLA). Starting in 2002, my firm was involved in
helping the “Jarrell 13,” a case where 13 families in Williamson County had purchased separate lots of land but never received a title from the sellers. The sellers were taking advantage of the families — collecting taxes but not passing the money on to the government, providing contracts with no legal description, and refusing to convey a title on land that had appreciated greatly in the last few years.
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