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Drive To Work Needs Volunteer Legal Professionals

Drive To Work Needs Volunteer Legal Professionals

In many parts of the United States, there is no public transportation available. If you can’t drive to work because you’ve lost your license, you can’t hold down a job or provide the most basic essentials for your family – much less pay someone to help you obtain driving privileges.
But help is available for Virginians who find themselves in this predicament, and if you’re looking for a unique volunteer opportunity, you can be part of the solution. Drive To Work (http://www.drivetowork.org/volunteer.cfm) a non-profit organization which helps Virginians regain driving privileges so that they can sustain gainful employment “depends on volunteer attorneys, paralegals and skilled administrative professionals. Volunteers assist in every aspect — from court appearances, to information collection, to client communications and to record keeping and filing.”
Founder O. Randolph Rollins, an attorney and former Virginia Secretary of Public Safety, was recognized for his pro bono work with the Richmond Bar Association’s 2009 Public Service Award.
Drive-To-Work “is a gateway to a lot of people getting their lives back on track,“ Rollins said. “We’re offering them the light at the end of the tunnel.“

If you’re interested in volunteering for this organization, you can call (804) 358-6727 or send an email to info@drivetowork.org.

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Lynne J. DeVenny, N.C. State Bar Certified Paralegal

Owner & Virtual Paralegal, DeVenny Paralegal Services

Email: lynne.devenny[at]gmail.com

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Meet Lynne:

Lynne DeVenny is a North Carolina State Bar Certified Paralegal with over 27 years of experience working on complex litigation cases, including medical malpractice, personal injury, workers’ compensation, and Social Security disability.

Disclosure: I am not a lawyer and cannot provide legal representation or legal advice.

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