What De Martenson Meant to the Legal Community and VLB
Eugene “De” Martenson was dedicated to meeting the legal needs of low-income people in our community.Read the eBrief
VLB Is Spreading the Word
VLB is bolstering our programming with free civil legal education.Read the eBrief
Congratulations to VLB Managing Attorney Twala Grant Wallace!
VLB is proud to announce Managing Attorney Twala Grant Wallace has been named to the Birmingham Business Journal’s 2022 Best of the Bar.Read the eBrief
A Growing Need for Volunteer Probate Lawyers
A call-out to probate lawyers to volunteer their services. Also: Meet our new Board of Directors! (pictured: Board President Russ Allison).Read the eBrief
We Love Our Volunteers!
Thanks to the volunteer lawyers who make it happen.Read the eBrief
VLB Mourns the Loss of Martha Jane Patton
Patton, former Executive Director of Legal Aid Society of Birmingham, was a lifelong champion of the underdog. VLB celebrates her life and passion for service.Read the eBrief
VLB announces new executive director
A familiar face to the VLB community during his tenure as Operations Director and later Interim Executive Director, Graham Hewitt was unanimously confirmed as VLB’s new Executive Director. Plus: check out new opportunities for attorney volunteers!Read the eBrief
Tribute to the Hon. Joseph Boohaker
Volunteer Lawyers Birmingham celebrates the life and service of the Hon. Joseph Boohaker.Read the eBrief
Attorney spotlight: Whitney Seals
Attorney volunteer Whitney Seals has represented multiple VLB clients in consumer-rights cases and hasn’t lost one yet. Find out why in this month’s eBrief. Plus: VLB takes attorney volunteer training on the road.Read the eBrief
Great volunteer and training opportunities in February!
Attorney volunteer Loring Jones shares the motivation behind his commitment to pro bono work. Also: Get ready for Project Homeless Connect—a unique volunteer opportunity for attorneys to assist people experiencing homelessness get their lives back on track.Read the eBrief