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New Volunteer Materials

Thank you for signing up for VLP’s New Volunteer Orientation.  Whether you’re an attorney, paralegal, law student, or another kind of legal professional–your time & expertise are invaluable to us!  Below are the materials used in our training. 

 

If you experience any technical issues while accessing these items, please contact Pro Bono Assistant Danelia Ramirez Aguilar.

Orientation Materials

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New Volunteer Orientation (Remote Version)

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4. aba-fla-attorney-flyer

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5. VLP General Blurb

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6. Welcome Letter from ED

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7. 2020 Eligibility Guidelines

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8. LAR fillable

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9. Affidavit of Indigency

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10. VLP Client Retainer Agreement

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Volunteer Handbook -Updated June 2022

Testimonials

“I cannot thank the VLP and its incredibly talented staff enough. The VLP helps people who would normally not be able to afford and access high-quality, critical legal representation, it connects them with attorneys who are able to realize the ability they have in making major differences in the lives of the overlooked and often ignored individuals throughout our community.”
 
– Volunteer Attorney Joe D’Antuono, Esq. Solo practitioner  
 

“Every day I am reminded how important our work is; each time…a grateful client shares the peace & joy they now feel in being able to put their debt behind them and focus on the opportunities ahead. This work truly makes a difference and is why I became a lawyer.”

 

Volunteer Attorney Maegan Hurley, Massachusetts Debt Relief Foundation, Inc.