Our staff are here for you, to make the most of your time and your volunteering experience. With your help, access to justice is growing every day. At Legal Aid Pro Bono, our goal is to make volunteering a great experience for our volunteers and for our clients. We provide client intake, screening, legal check-ups, document collection and review. You provide discrete legal representation or advice. You direct the scope - limited or full service. Volunteer with us and see your interests, your schedule, and your experience working for good.
Lori Anderson: Staff Attorney, Pro Bono Unit
Nuru Emmanuel: Pro Bono Coordinator, Pro Bono Unit
Cari King: Pro Bono Director
As the Director, Cari manages the Pro Bono Unit out of the Atlanta Legal Aid Downtown Office and coordinates projects that reach all Legal Aid counties. She worked as the Staff Attorney for the Pro Bono Unit for a year before transitioning to this position in January 2020. Previously, Cari worked as a staff attorney at our Clayton & South Fulton office for about 4 years, developing a specialty in consumer law. Cari loves assisting our clients and is excited to help volunteers find the same fulfillment in service to our clients.
Contact Cari at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kimberly McColley: Enhanced Services Coordinator
Enhanced Services Paralegal, Pro Bono Unit
Kimberly is a paralegal with a law degree and over two decades of legal experience. As the ESP Paralegal, she supervises and supports our ESP volunteers, provide case management for the ESP cases, train new volunteers, and provides support for other pro bono unit projects. She enjoys working at Atlanta Legal Aid, because we provide a voice for those who would not otherwise have a voice.
Allison Parham: Gwinnett Pro Bono Project Director
Cathy Waddell: Pro Bono Director, Cobb Justice Foundation
Pro Bono Project Director, Cobb Justice Foundation
Cathy Waddell is the Pro Bono Project Director for the Cobb Justice Foundation and an attorney with Cobb Legal Aid. She joined Atlanta Legal Aid's Pro Bono Unit in 2017, and moved to the Cobb Justice Foundation in 2018. Cathy enjoys connecting volunteers to our clients and is happy to be working with lawyers in Cobb County, where she grew up and had her private practice prior to joining Legal Aid.