The North Carolina Pro Bono Resource Center was formed in 2016 to help increase pro bono participation and productivity among the state’s attorneys. In a recent issue of North Carolina Lawyers Weekly, Womble Bond Dickinson’s Alyse Young discusses how the PBRC helped her with a pro bono project.
Womble Bond Dickinson economic development lawyer Stephanie Yarbrough helped lead a half-day South Carolina Life Sciences Boot Camp: Essentials of a Growing Industry. The event took place March 14 at the University of South Carolina’s Arnold School of Public Health and is presented by SCBIO.
From March 19-23, transatlantic law firm Womble Bond Dickinson is holding it International Innovation Week. A number of events are taking place in the US and UK, looking at innovative technology that is transforming the legal industry and other sectors, how businesses challenge themselves to develop more efficient processes and new ways of engaging with clients to embed a culture of innovation.