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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.—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.

Young is helping a non-profit organization form a for-profit subsidiary. The PBRC knew Young’s skills and helped match her with the client.

“Often, you do the pro bono work that you happen to come across, and I think that the Pro Bono Resource Center gives a more systematic approach to connecting attorneys to pro bono work, which I think is helpful, especially for attorneys who are busy and may not want to have to go look for pro bono work, but who want to take on a project,” Young tells North Carolina Lawyers Weekly.

Click here to read “Resource Center seeks to make doing pro bono easier” in North Carolina Lawyers Weekly (subscription required).

Alyse Young has diverse experience representing clients in a variety of transactions and corporate matters, including acquisitions, divestitures, mergers, corporate reorganizations and general corporate governance matters. She serves on the firm’s Winston-Salem Pro Bono Subcommittee and her pro bono work includes humanitarian immigration relief for victims of human trafficking.