Greater Richmond Bar Foundation

Connect. Counsel. Serve.

Richmond, VA   |  www.grbf.org

Mission

The mission of the Greater Richmond Bar Foundation is to expand public access to the Justice system in Central Virginia by mobilizing, training, and connecting attorneys to pro bono clients.

Ruling year info

1979

Executive Director

Ms. Ami Kim

Main address

P.O. Box 25072

Richmond, VA 23260 USA

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EIN

54-1081082

NTEE code info

Legal Services (I80)

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Pro Bono Clearinghouse

The Pro Bono Clearinghouse is a referral service, linking experienced volunteer attorneys with nonprofit organizations needing legal assistance. Our virtual law firm of 350 attorneys from 75 different law firms and corporate legal departments assists nonprofits with a variety of transactional matters, including personnel issues, contract negotiations, bylaw review, mergers and intellectual property issues so our community nonprofits. can focus their time and resources on their charitable activities.

A related program, the General Counsel for Nonprofits program, matches nonprofit organizations with a volunteer attorney for one year.

Population(s) Served
Adults

JusticeServer, an online case management system, expedites pro bono service by leveraging cloud technology to support intake, assessment and case assignment by local legal aid organizations, and enabling volunteer attorneys to match with clients requesting pro bono assistance and to upload case information and documentation from their own computers. JusticeServer reduces redundancy and combines the resources of various pro bono providers and maximizes the time volunteer attorneys spend counseling clients in need by reducing the administrative burden of receiving cases and projects.

Population(s) Served
Adults

An initiative that invites law firms and corporate workplaces to commit a certain percentage of professional time to pro bono service through a supportive workplace culture and policy changes.

Population(s) Served
Adults

The Eviction Diversion Program is a partnership between GRBF, Housing Opportunities Made Equal (HOME), and Central Virginia Legal Aid Society to keep people in their homes, connect tenants to financial assistance and financial literacy education, and avoid evictions. Our volunteer conciliators work with tenants and landlords to facilitate payment plans and communicate with tenants and landlords.

Population(s) Served
Economically disadvantaged people

The Triage project is an innovative effort to create a ring of support around local Legal Aid organizations (Central Virginia Legal Aid and Legal Aid Justice Center), with private pro bono attorneys taking on matters in thirteen practice areas so that Legal Aid can concentrate their limited resources on core specialties.

Population(s) Served
Economically disadvantaged people

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Greater Richmond Bar Foundation

Board of directors
as of 07/05/2022
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Seth Schaeffer

McGuireWoods

Brent Timberlake

Capital One

Allison Held

VCU Health System

Taylor Brewer

Moran Reeves & Conn

Melanie Friend

CowanGates

Erin Whaley

Troutman Pepper

Chris Jones

Sands Anderson

Sharon Stuart

Stuart Law Firm, LLC

Dan Bloor

CarMax Legal

Bud Funk

Hirschler Fleischer

Henry Willett

Christian & Barton

Noopur Garg

Dominion Energy

Hon. Melvin Hughes

Richmond Circuit Court (Ret.)

Sarah Warner

Sarah B. Warner Law, PLLC

Betsy Davis

Whiteford Taylor Preston

Sean Beard

Altria

Larry Mulligan

Richmond Habitat for Humanity

Cris Gantz

Virginia State Bar

Ashley Davis

Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen

Christina Mastroianni

Community Foundation for a greater Richmond

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