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DONORS $30,000 and over The Chicago Bar Foundation Equal Justice Works Illinois Attorney General Illinois Equal Justice Foundation Lawyers Trust Fund of Illinois Polk Bros. Foundation Sidley Austin

$20,000 to $29,999 Anonymous Grant Illinois Disability Association Kirkland & Ellis Lincoln Property Company Mayer Brown

$10,000 to $19,999 Charles H. & Bertha L. Boothroyd Foundation Cy Pres Award Illinois Bar Foundation Public Interest Law Initiative Quarles & Brady Schiff Hardin John G. Searle Family Trust Winston & Strawn

$5,000 to $9,999 Baker & McKenzie Francis Beidler Foundation Edwin S. del Hierro Paul E. Dengel & Paula J. Morency Gary Elden & Phyllis Mandler Ernst & Young Flex Discovery Jenner & Block Katten Muchin Rosenman Eileen M. & Gerard D. Kelly Kenneth P. Morrison Ropes & Gray Scott & Kraus The Siragusa Foundation Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom Swanson Martin & Bell

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$1,500 to $4,999 American Immigration Lawyers Association Axiom Banner & Witcoff Bryce Downey & Lenkov Chicago Title and Trust Company Community Savings Bank Cy Pres Award Drinker Biddle & Reath David Ellis Falk Metz Mr. and Mrs. Richard Freeman Garden City Group Grotefeld Hoffmann Schleiter Gordon Ochoa & Evinger Holland & Knight Ice Miller It’s Your Serve Jones Day Rachel Kaplan & Bob Riesman John G. Kelly Langhenry Gillen Lundquist & Johnson Latham & Watkins Loeb & Loeb Morgan Lewis & Bockius Alan & Kathryn Nesburg Stephen R. & Linda W. Patton Polsinelli The Runner’s Edge Seyfarth Shaw SmithAmundsen Special Counsel Stout Risius Ross Thompson Coburn The Treadstone Group Ungaretti & Harris Walker Wilcox Matousek Jurdis D. & Wesley S. Walton Williams Montgomery & John

$750 to $1,499 ADR Systems Allstate Anderson Rasor & Partners Anonymous Barack Ferrazzano Kirschbaum & Nagelberg Blake Cassels & Graydon

Blatt Hasenmiller Leibsker & Moore The Braeside Foundation Cassiday Schade Chapman and Cutler Charles River Associates John T. Chen Chuhak & Tecson Thomas A. Clancy & Dana Ione Green Randy & Mary Pat Curato Deutsch Levy & Engel Donohue Brown Mathewson & Smyth Duane Morris Kevin M. Fee Dr. Kevin & Susan Fee Karen G. Fisher FTI Consulting Ron & Rachel Galant Patricia F. Gilmartin Bernard Hammer Robert Helman Hinshaw & Culbertson Kirk & Julie Hulstein Illinois Lawyers Assistance Program Mr. & Mrs. John A. Janicik Krieg DeVault Kruse & Associates Robert M. & Bonita K. Levin LexisNexis Jeffrey L. & Ellen G. London Marshall Gerstein & Borun Matushek Nilles & Sinars Barbara W. Mayers McDermott Will & Emery Navigant Consulting O’Hagan Peter L. & Kay C. Rossiter Eric & Susan Schaal Schiller DuCanto and Fleck Schopf & Weiss Sedgwick Christopher N. Skey & Nancy J. Claar Paul B. Stephens Tabet DiVito & Rothstein John W. Treece Constantine L. & Jean D. Trela Marc Ungar Veritext Legal Solutions


DONORS Daniel J. Winters Worker’s Compensation Lawyers Association

$250 to $749 Jean A. Adams Alden Bennett Construction Ancel Glink Anesi Ozmon Rodin Novak & Kohen Anonymous Apogee Enterprises Ann Marie Arden Patricia Banks Gregory L. Barton Beermann Pritikin Mirabelli Swerdlove Margaret C. Benson & Arthur Simon Karen Ruth & Scott Bieber James B. Biery Mary Jo Boldingh Michael C. Borders BP Fabric of America Fund Eric D. Brandfonbrener Barbara B. Bressler & Jerry M. Garson Charles P. & Caryn G. Brissman Burrito Beach Marshall J. Burt Law Office of Edward E. Campbell Peter B. Carey Patrick S. & Judith Lauth Casey Daniel Cedarbaum & Caryn Jacobs Hon. Cheryl D. Cesario Paul F. Charnetzki & Anne K. Leary Jun Chen Jules R. Cherie Cook County Public Guardian Donna J. Cox Cozen O’Connor Jeffrey M. Dalebroux Walter Deitch In Honor of Justice Mathias Delort Jay L. Dolgin F. Ellen Duff & Robert W. Hermanson Deborah K. Ebner

Edwards Wildman Palmer Julie Ehrlich Edward & Royce Engle Robert W. Fioretti Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery Dennis Foldenauer & Rebekah Rashidfarokhi Foley & Lardner Franczek Radelet Richard M. & Marguerite W. Franklin Freeborn & Peters Rose E. Gallagher Donald C. Gancer Richard C. Gering Douglas C. Giese Steven H. Gistenson Francis William Golden Hon. A. Benjamin & Mrs. Marcia W. Goldgar David & Catherine Goldhaber Adam & Renee Beshara Goodman Grant Thornton L. Robert Guenthner, III David G. Harding HBR Consulting Hellenic Bar Association of Illinois Kathie Henn Mark Hersh & Rosario Ferreira Thomas R. & Siobhan D. Hill Ron & Sarah Hirsen Kristen E. Hudson Husch Blackwell Illinois Tool Works Foundation Jackson Lewis Keith & Jean Jans Johnson & Bell Dennis P.W. & Susan B.W. Johnson Mark K. Johnson K&L Gates Larry & Macky Kane Frederick M. Kaplan Gilda M. Karu Heidi A. & Richard M. Katz Kaye Scholer Jeffrey A. & Maura T. Koppy Martin J. and Susan B. Kozak Fund Jonathan Krit Scott M. Lapins John G. & Jill F. Levi Robert C. Linton Lipkin & Higgins

Jordan H. Lippman Locke Lord Stephen H. Malato Daryll V. Marshall Kevin & Patti McCanna Michael McCluggage Aaron McCollough Michael McConnell McCormack Schreiber McDonald’s Corporation Meckler Bulger Tilson Marick & Pearson William A. Morgan Sandy L. Morris John H. & Barbara B. Morrison NCI - Lending A Hand Neil T. Neumark Richard & Anne O’Malley Edward Overtree Hon. Sheryl A. Pethers Jerrold M. Peven Steven F. Pflaum & Karen L. Robertson Molly M. Powers & Eammon Q. Conaghan Sasha & Earl Reyes McLouis & Harriette Robinet Jonathan E. Rothschild Stephen D. Sayre Leah Schleicher Ruth Ann Schmitt Margaret M. Schuchardt Andrew P. Scott Michael F. Sexton Seyfarth Shaw Grace L. Shaff Helen & Garry Sigman Joan P. Simmons & Paul C. Marengo Barry E. Simon Anthony & Carol Skey Ellen & Lewis Smith Mary Anne Smith Speer Financial Matthew B. Speiser James R. & Linda E. Stinson Nathan Teismann Tressler Donna M. Tuke Paula M. Uscian Vedder Price Darlene A. Vorachek & Clifford J. Shapiro

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DONORS Bryan M. & Joyce A. Webster Hon. Eugene Wedoff Edward S. Weil Wilson Elser Daniel J. Zollner

$100 to $249 Anonymous Rafi R. Arbel Barbara J. Auerbach Reva B. Auerbach Doug & Nancy Bank Bank of America Charitable Foundation George W. Benson In Honor of Margaret C. Benson Mary Patricia Benz Hon. Helaine L. Berger Thomas F. Boleky Jennifer Borchard Jason Botwick Harold J. & Marlene C. Bressler David R. Bryant Crystal P. & Thomas F. Bush, Jr. James J. Cannella Mary Chelotti-Smith Chicago Kent College of Law Shirley Chiu Charles & Joan Claar CNA Gregory L. & Lynn L. Cochran Julie H. Cooney In Memory of William J. Cooney Susan Craven Jon W. DeMoss Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Dohman Shannon Donahue Wallace & Ione Donahue M.A. Duncan Folarin S. Dosunmu Mark B. Epstein Eric Fader James & Angela Fee Feinberg & Barry Leo Feldman John M. Ferren Sarah L. Flosi Richard B. & Mary K. Foster Paul E. Freehling Justin C. From

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Neal S. Gainsberg Adrienne G. Gershon David J. & Cathleen A. Gilmartin Sean Ginty Scott G. Golinkin Jo Lynn Haley Lauren Hancock Richard Hanus H. Reed Harris Kurt J. Heinz Janet L. Hermann David B. Hirschey Evelyn J. Hoffmann Ann & Jim Hogan Patricia K. Hogan Ralph W. Holmen Laverne F. Horton Hon. Michael B. Hyman Diana M. & Evan B. Karnes, III Paul S. Karoll Amy E. Ketchum Roger J. Kiley Jung H. Kim Dorothy & Burke Kinnaird Lawrence R. Krupp The Leo & Roslyn L. Krupp Family Foundation David S. Lafferty Forrest Lammiman Stephen & Mary Beth Lauricella Christopher J. Letkewicz Elaine Rappaport Lev Berton Maley Leonard & Roberta Malkin Barbara A. Mallon Frank D. & Linda M. Mayer, Jr. Melvoin Foundation Paul T. Metzger & Sarah F. Bradley Barbara S. Miller Maria J. Minor Michael D. Miselman In Honor of Hon. Raymond W. Mitchell Frank S. Molinaro & Judith A. Horwitz Eve J. Moran Richard E. Morgan & Wamucii Njogu Hon. Marya T. Nega Hon. Lewis M. Nixon

Mary Ann O’Connor Adam M. Pindral John F. Podliska Matthew Pollock & Amanda Teuscher E. King Poor The Prior Family Trust Robert H. Purcell Arthur Radke Michael T. Reagan Michael F. & Jayne R. Reardon Scott H. Reynolds Cheryl Robinson Lauren Robinson Thomas E. Roche Robert A. Romanoff Jed Rosenkrantz Howard M. Rubin Michelle Salomon Greg Sams & Jennifer Cerven Law Offices of Alan C. Sangiacomo Kenneth Schmetterer Segal McCambridge Singer and Mahoney Gerald J. Sherman G.B. & S.R. Shulman Peter L. Slaven Ann M. Spillane John & Susan Spoeri Ethel Spyratos Phillip L. & Leslie M. Stern Joseph L. Taylor, Jr. Amanda Toney Logan John & Virginia Ulaszek Michael & Jessica Vahey David A. Weininger John R. & Kelly E. Wheaton James S. Whitehead Robert B. Wilcox, Jr. & Barbara E. Hermansen Chris Wine Susan Winger Dennis W. Winkler Women’s Criminal Defense Bar Association The Zrnich Law Group


DONORS Under $100 ABS Legal Services Robert C. Ansani Scott P. Benson Gwen H. Berndt & Jerker Sojdelius William C. Brauneis Trust Jim P. Brown Yvonne Chin Caitlin Closser Hon. Richard D. & Janet S. Cudahy Thelma Davidson Bruce A. Dickman Brion W. Doherty Ryan Dunigan Fred I. & Judy C. Feinstein Susan J. Friedman & Marc A. Primack Pamela V. Gibson Howard S. Golden Zoila R. Gonzalez Victor M. Gryniewicz Steve Harrington Kristen E. Harrison Ross J. Helfand Beverly M. Helm Martin & Laurie Jaffe Noah C. Lauricella Ann Leiner Samuel Levine & Amy Levy Warren L. McBride Jerome B. Meites Scott M. & Liz Trager Mendel Christopher J. Moss Mary Nagel John A. Naughton Leonard A. & Christina T. Nelson Network For Good Mari O’Brien Robin J. Omahana George S. & Judith A. Pfeifer Stephen E. & Beverly L. Pinaire Paul W. Plotnick Gerald L. Richardson Norman P. Schroeder Karen A. Shaw Zygmunt K. Sokolnicki Michael A. Solock Michael Thiel

Chris & Susan Townsend Stephanie L. Uhlarik George Vernon & Nancy Baker Donna Walton Kelly M. & Andrew P. Warner Kevin Zickterman

In Kind Tony Armour Photography Ernst & Young Flex Discovery Fullline Printing Al Goldman Grant Thornton Law Bulletin Publishing Company Loeb & Loeb LOWERCASE, Inc.

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS Folarin S. Dosunmu President Much Shelist, P.C. Arnold G. Gough, Jr. Vice-President, Finance Winston & Strawn LLP Sandy L. Morris Vice-President, Development Chico & Nunes, P.C. Kristen E. Hudson Vice-President, Client Services Schopf & Weiss LLP Brion W. Doherty Secretary Motherway & Napleton, LLP Edwin S. Del Hierro Executive Committee, at large Kirkland & Ellis LLP

Amanda C. Jones DLA Piper LLP Justin O. Kay Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP Anna M. Kazaz SmithAmundsen LLC Charles F. G. Kuyk, III Crowe Horwath LLP Daniel O’Rourke Vedder Price P.C. Steven Raminiak Law Offices of Steve Raminiak, P.C. Heidi H. Rowe Schiff Hardin LLP Joseph P. Tylutki McDonald’s Corporation

Adam B. Goodman Executive Committee, at large Goodman Law Offices LLC

Bryan M. Webster McDermott Will & Emery LLP

Maria J. Minor Executive Committee, at large Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP

Ex-Officio:

Jennifer A. Foster Sidley Austin LLP L. Robert Guenthner, III National Surgical Hospitals, Inc. Kimberly M. Halvorsen Clifford Law Offices Janet L. Hermann Law Offices of Janet L. Herman Laverne F. Horton The Hillshire Brands Company Edward Houlihan Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP

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Christopher N. Skey Quarles & Brady LLP


ADVISORY BOARD Randy J. Curato Chair ALAS Stephen R. Patton Immediate Past Chair Corporation Counsel, City of Chicago

Marc R. Kadish Mayer Brown LLP

John A. Walker Deloitte LLP

Arthur J. McColgan Walker Wilcox Matousek LLP

Daniel J. Winters Jenner & Block LLP

Constantine L. Trela, Jr. Sidley Austin LLP

Ex-Officio:

Paul E. Dengel Schiff Hardin LLP

Arnold G. Gough, Jr. Winston & Strawn LLP

JUNIOR BOARD Monique Bhargava Chair Winston & Strawn LLP

Greg P. Hawver Winston & Strawn LLP

Emily E. Schnidt Purcell & Wardrope Chartered

Diana M. Karnes Sedgwick LLP

Joshua Sigman Helen Sigman & Associates, Ltd.

Maura H. Koppy Boyle & Feinberg, P.C.

Katherine S. Walton GoodSmith Gregg & Unruh LLP

Eleni Apostolopoulos Katsoulis Third Chair Alden Management Services

Natalie LaPorta Walgreen Co.

Kate Wheaton Kirkland & Ellis LLP

Rebecca M. Cavin K&L Gates LLP

Melisande C. Loeppert Much Shelist, P.C.

Ex-Officio:

Daniel R. DeDeo Baker & McKenzie LLP

Melissa E. Manning Quarles & Brady LLP

Michelle Marek Figueiredo Kaye Scholer LLP

Eleanor Endzel Endzel Law, LLC

Nick Niles Ropes & Gray LLP

Justin C. From Sidley Austin LLP

Kary Crassweller Payne McDermott Will & Emery

David M. Hanna Brinks Gilson & Lione

Molly M. Powers Jenner & Block LLP

Amanda L. Weinberger Second Chair Segal McCambridge

Matthew G. Schiltz Schiff Hardin LLP

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STAFF Peter M. Ashmore, Managing Attorney University of Missouri (B.A., Political Science, 1991). DePaul University College of Law (J.D., 1994). Hired as a staff attorney upon graduation from law school, Peter had already interned, externed, and volunteered with CVLS. As Managing Attorney his duties include directing CVLS’ IT and database needs, organizing staff and management meetings and overseeing CVLS’ CLE programs. As director of CVLS’ Guardian Ad Litem for Adults Program, Peter trains, recruits and supervises volunteers who serve as GALs for disabled adults and represent parties in contested cases. In addition, Peter advises volunteers on an eclectic variety of cases, including family law and minor guardianship, tort defense, eviction, contracts, real estate, bankruptcy, probate, tax and public benefits. Peter formerly served as President of the Illinois Center for Law & Technology, now known as Illinois Legal Aid Online and as a member of the Illinois State Bar Association’s Delivery of Legal Services Committee. He is a member of the Chicago Bar Association’s Probate, Elder Law, Mental Health and Consumer Law committees. Margaret C. Benson, Executive Director Western Michigan University, Honors College (B.A., History, 1976). Loyola University College of Law (J.D., 1979). Lake, Rosenberg & Associates (1977-1979). Law Offices of Barbara B. Hirsch (1979 –1981). Meg joined CVLS in 1982 to set up the Panel Referral Program, became Deputy Director in 1983 and was elevated to Executive Director in 2003 when her predecessor retired. While responsible for overall program management and funding, Meg also coordinates CVLS’ bench, bar and law firm relations. An experienced family law litigator, Meg helped draft substantive changes to the Illinois Probate Act and still steps in on minor guardianship cases from time to time. Meg regularly speaks on child custody, client and pro bono issues for the ISBA, CBA and IICLE and writes a bi-monthly column on pro bono for the Chicago Lawyer. In 2012, she was honored with Association of Corporate Counsel-Chicago Chapter’s Thurgood Marshall Lifetime Achievement Award. Prior honors include the Illinois State Bar Association’s Board of Governors Award in 2007; the Chicago Bar Foundation’s Thomas H. Morsch Public Service Award in 2001; the Lawyers Trust Fund of Illinois’ Esther Rothstein Award in 1999

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and Loyola University School of Law’s Public Service Award in 1994. She is an active member of ISBA’s Legislation Committee and former chair of the ISBA’s LawPac Board. She co-chairs the Chicago Bar Foundation’s Advisory Committee Legal Aid Academy and serves on its Pro Bono Week Committee. Past activities include: chair of the Illinois State Bar Association’s Delivery of Legal Services Committee, charter member of the Illinois Pro Bono Center’s Board of Directors, speaker at the Midwest Region SPAN Conference on the Future of Legal Services, Board of Directors of the Women’s Bar Association of Illinois and two-term ISBA Assembly member. Meg’s husband, Art Simon, is an active CVLS volunteer. Eric S. Donahue, Controller Purdue University, (B.A., School of Liberal Arts 1996). Eric joined CVLS in 2002 after working for law firms in Indiana. As controller, he oversees all accounting, financial reporting and the financial internal control operations of CVLS. He handles CVLS’ day-to-day financial activities and manages all outsourced functions. Eric also manages various aspects of CVLS’ human resources including the 403(b) retirement plan and serves as staff liaison to the CVLS finance committee and CVLS junior board. Susan L. DeCostanza, Staff Attorney, Guardian ad Litem for Minor and Adult Programs Boston College (BA in English Literature & Elementary Education, 2001), DePaul University College of Law (JD, 2008). Before joining CVLS as a staff attorney in 2010, Susan was a CVLS law student intern. In addition, she volunteered while working in her early post-graduation jobs at Chicago-Kent College of Law as a public interest career counselor and DePaul as pro bono program coordinator. Susan also has experience with civil rights litigation in both not-for-profit and law firm settings. Now she serves as Probate staff attorney, serving as guardian ad litem for children and disabled adults and providing extensive volunteer support to both programs. A member of the Chicago Bar Association, the Illinois State Bar Association and the PILI Alumni Network Leadership Council, Susan received the esteemed Kimball R. Anderson and Karen Gatsis Anderson Public Interest Law Fellowship in 2012 for her demonstrated commitment to public interest work,


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her academic achievement and her outstanding character and integrity. This year, Susan joined the ISBA Delivery of Legal Services Committee. Keri Lindsay Dickinson, Staff Attorney, Cook County Foreclosure Mediation Program George Washington University, Washington DC, (B.A., International Affairs/Middle East, 2002). Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Lansing Michigan (J.D., 2007). A CVLS 711 intern during law school, after graduation Keri worked as a staff attorney and then pro bono coordinator for Lawyers’ Committee for Better Housing, where she supervised volunteers and defended tenants in eviction actions. She joined CVLS’ busy foreclosure mediation program in the fall of 2011, handling cases, supervising and assisting volunteers, and performing a myriad of other essential tasks for this demanding program. She is a member of the Chicago Bar Association’s Legal Aid Committee and, in a prior life, taught English as a foreign language to Spanish speakers. Jessica Engle, Office Manager Jessica joined CVLS in 2009 after working as a customer service representative for Graphics Suisse, a paper supply company. In charge of all of CVLS’ administrative functions from ordering and monitoring supplies to handling the paperwork for CVLS’ CLE program, Jessica also maintains office equipment and the volunteer, donor and friends databases, opens new files, arranges volunteer orientations, seminars and meetings, handles bookkeeping chores and, in her spare time, assists with client intake. Allegra Cira Fisher, Staff Attorney, Cook County Foreclosure Mediation Program University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, (B.S., Communications, 2002). De Paul University College of Law (J.D. cum laude, 2009). During law school, Allegra clerked for the Illinois Attorney General, the Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law and the Legal Assistance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago. Previously, she contributed to various anti-poverty initiatives in Miami, Chicago and Washington, D.C. After graduating from law school, she worked as a staff attorney for the Family Defense Center, where she represented families in the child welfare system. CVLS hired her in 2011 for the foreclosure mediation program

where she handles a substantial caseload, supervises volunteer attorneys and participates in other program and agency activities. Fluent in Spanish, Allegra serves on the Associate Board of LifeSpan Center for Legal Services and Advocacy and is a member of the Chicago Bar Association. Ashley Griffith, Supervising Attorney, Cook County Foreclosure Mediation Program University of Illinois, Champaign, (B.A., Political Science, 2005). John Marshall Law School (J.D., 2009). Before joining CVLS as a Staff Attorney, and later the Supervising Attorney of the Circuit Court of Cook County Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Program, Ashley worked at a private firm primarily dedicated to mortgage rescue fraud defense litigation and commercial real estate. Additionally, Ashley has interned with the Chicago Legal Clinic and volunteered at its Chancery Advice Desk. Ashley is a member of the Chicago Bar Association and the Illinois State Bar Association. Kristen Harrison, Panel Program Coordinator Kristen, CVLS’ former intake worker and receptionist, does her best to get cases to our hundreds of panel attorney volunteers. Reaching out by phone and email, Kristen encourages volunteers to find the perfect case on CVLS’ list of pro bono opportunities or offers them one selected just for them. In addition, Kristen supports panel volunteers and their clients, to provide them with the perfect pro bono experience. Sarah D. Hollibaugh, Volunteer Coordinator, Cook County Foreclosure Mediation Program Northwestern College (B.A., Theatre, 2008), Roosevelt University (M.A., Women’s and Gender Studies, 2010) Sarah started at CVLS in February of 2014 as the Volunteer Coordinator for the Foreclosure Mediation Program. As cases become available, she contacts volunteer attorneys to ensure that the cases get placed in a timely manner, while providing any needed support for the volunteers, as well as the clients. She works closely with The John Marshall Law School’s Pro Bono Program to ensure 711 students are provided with mediation cases and have all the information and documents that are necessary. She acts as a liaison for volunteers by providing information about the program, CVLS, and upcoming Foreclosure Mediation Training. She provides administrative

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STAFF support for the program including gathering monthly Mediation statistics and creating reports. Matthew Hulstein, Staff Attorney, Chancery Court Access to Justice Program Northwestern College (B.A. Writing and Rhetoric; Theater and Speech 2009) University of Iowa (J.D. 2012) Matt first joined CVLS as a college intern in 2008. He then worked for CVLS as a PILI intern during the summer of 2011 and stayed on as a volunteer while he finished his third year of law school at DePaul. Graduating from law school in 2012 with highest service honors, Matt was recognized for volunteering the most pro bono hours in his graduating class. By the time he joined CVLS as a staff attorney in September, 2012, he already had a substantial CVLS caseload. Matt was honored in 2012 with the Chicago Bar Foundation’s Chicago Sun-Times fellowship in recognition of his commitment to the public interest. When he isn’t handling foreclosure, insurance, and administrative review cases, he loves to groove to classical music. Adel Johnson, Development Associate Columbia College Chicago (B.A., Marketing & Public Relations, 2011) Adel joined CVLS in January of 2014 as a Development Associate. She works on supporter outreach and efforts to promote CVLS’ 50th anniversary, with a focus on using digital media to improve overall communications. Adel’s previous experience includes work in digital communications with a public affairs firm, promotion and design with a music venue, copywriting with an online marketing agency and development with a nonprofit food pantry. In her spare time, she volunteers at the bookstore run by youth literacy organization Open Books. Kathy Koester, Administrative Assistant, Chancery Court Access to Justice Program Kathy started working at CVLS as a paralegal with the Cook County Foreclosure Mediation Program. Moving to the Chancery Court Access to Justice Program this year, Kathy assists program staff and volunteer attorneys filing motions, scheduling appointments, scanning documents, contacting clients and performing any variety of administrative

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tasks. In addition, she creates and updates protocols and procedures for this ever-changing and growing program. Phillip J. Mohr, Deputy Director University of Illinois, Champaign, (B.A., Economics, 1987). De Paul University College of Law (J.D., 1991). Formerly a CVLS volunteer, Phillip joined staff in 1991, became the Family Law Director in 1996, and was named the Deputy Director in 2006. His own large caseload and the work of his volunteer panel does much to meet our greatest need: representation of clients on contested family law matters. In addition to trial work, he also handles appellate work and argued, along with a CVLS volunteer, before the Illinois Supreme Court. As an experienced family law practitioner, Phil spends hours tutoring volunteers, both individually and through seminars, gradually guiding them from simple to complex cases. Recognizing his talent for training, Phil runs the summer student and in-house volunteer programs. Phil is a regular speaker on family law and pro bono issues, speaking at NLADA Equal Justice Conference, statewide Legal Advocates Conferences, the ISBA mid-year meeting, and on the ISBA’s cable production. Former chair of the Chicago Bar Association’s Legal Aid Committee, Phil also chaired a legal service’s consortium committee that created pro-se family law forms and materials and assisted with the creation of the Domestic Relations Division’s Self-Help Center. He also is a Legal Content Editor of the Family Law and Adoption practice area of the Illinois Legal Aid Online’s websites and co-chair of the Clerk of the Circuit Court Pro Se Litigants Advisory Committee. Phil is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association and a former ISBA Assembly and ISBA Family Law Section Council member. In 2004, Phil was selected by the Law Bulletin Publishing Company as one of the “40 Attorneys Under 40 in Illinois to Watch”. Patricia M. Nelson, Director, Chancery Court Access to Justice and Foreclosure Mediation Programs University of Illinois, Champaign (B.A., Economics, 1990). DePaul University College of Law J.D., 1996). Patty is the Director of CVLS’ Chancery Court Access to Justice and Foreclosure Mediation programs, through which CVLS accepts court ap-


STAFF pointments to represent low-income pro se litigants in danger of losing their homes. CVLS staff and volunteers represent clients in mortgage foreclosure litigation and mediation, in Chicago Housing Authority terminations, in title fraud, mortgage fraud, and predatory lending cases and in other Chancery litigation matters. Under her leadership, CVLS has represented thousands of homeowners in mediation and litigation. In addition to recruiting, training and supporting more than 400 volunteers, Patty handles her own challenging caseload. She also arranges ongoing seminars and training workshops in these areas. Patty has been a featured speaker on mortgage foreclosure defense and title and mortgage fraud for Metropolitan Family Services, the Illinois Paralegal Association, the Chicago Bar Association, the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin and Illinois Continuing Legal Education. She is the author of a foreclosure defense instruction manual, and the co-author of an eviction guide for low income pro se landlords. Previously, Patty spent eight years as our utility attorney. She is experienced in real estate litigation, foreclosure litigation and mediation, probate, landlord tenant, contract disputes, adoption, DCFS administrative hearings and acting as guardian ad litem in contested custody disputes. Patty also has experience drafting legislation, lobbying for its passage, and testifying in support of that legislation to the Illinois House of Representatives Judiciary Committee. Honored as Advocate of the Month by Illinois Legal Aid Online, Patty serves on the CBA’s Legal Aid and Real Estate Law Committees, is an active member of the Illinois State Bar Association, and serves on several task forces with Illinois Legal Aid Online. Avani V. Patel, Supervising Attorney, Consumer Law Loyola University Chicago (B.B.A. Accounting and Human Resources Management, 2003), Thomas M. Cooley Law School (J.D. 2006), Chicago-Kent College of Law (L.L.M. Taxation, 2009). Accenture, (2007-2008), Law Offices of Hovde and Tufo, P.C. (2008-2009), Bruning & Associates, P.C. (20092010). Avani externed with CVLS while in law school and, after graduation, continued to handle a wide variety of cases as a volunteer. Hired in 2010, Avani serves as CVLS’ “utility player” because of her familiarity with most CVLS case types and courtrooms. Avani is a member of the Chicago, Illinois State and Indian American Bar associa-

tions. A volunteer for the Ronald McDonald House near Lurie Children’s Hospital. Avani also tutors children and speaks Gujarati. Norma Perez, Intake and Receptionist Norma screens clients for financial and case eligibility, books appointments for clinic and panel interviews and handles the walk-in clients sent directly from the courts. She also excels as the CVLS receptionist. Matthew Pollock, Director of Communications Arizona State University, (B.S., Mechanical Engineering, 2005). Before joining CVLS in July 2007, Matthew worked for six years as a mechanical engineer in Chicago and Phoenix. While toiling in the world of big business he developed a desire to give back to the community and found his way to CVLS. Eventually, Matt merged his creative instincts with his solid background using computer systems for management and design, to become CVLS’ Director of Communications. Matt’s primary responsibilities include: planning and executing CVLS’ fundraising and social events such as Race Judicata®, Vino & Van Gogh, and Law & Disorder; expanding and improving relationships with existing and prospective donors and sponsors; developing and managing CVLS’ print, electronic, social media and web-based marketing; developing and updating the design, features and content of CVLS’ website at cvls.org. In his spare time, Matt serves as liaison to CVLS’ Junior Board of Directors Rebekah Rashidfarokhi, Director, Guardian Ad Litem for Minors Program The University of Georgia (BBA—Marketing & B.A-Spanish, 2003). The University of Georgia School of Law (J.D. 2007). Joining CVLS as a staff attorney in 2007, Rebekah has handled family law, guardianship, immigration, foreclosure litigation and foreclosure mediation. She became director of the GAL for Minors Program in October 2011 and, in addition to handling a challenging caseload of her own, she supervises more than 200 program volunteers. Rebekah is also responsible for recruiting and training new pro bono GALs. Prior to joining CVLS, Rebekah worked at an immigration clinic at the US-Mexico border, the United National Office on Drug and Crime (UNODC) in Bogota, Colombia, and two international law firms in Madrid. She is fluent in Spanish and has represented clients in a

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STAFF number of pro bono immigration matters. Rebekah is a member of the Junior Leadership Council of the National Immigrant Justice Center and a former Director of the Young Lawyers Section of the Chicago Bar Association. Daniel P. Santrella, Clinic Coordinator Dan began his journey at CVLS in 2008 as an administrative assistant in the Chancery Court Access to Justice Program. His responsibilities expanded in 2010 when CVLS began working with the Foreclosure Mediation Program. Now in 2014, after placing countless mediation cases with volunteers, running its student clinics, and maintaining all of the statistical and administrative data program-wide, Dan has stepped into CVLS’ Clinic Coordination role where he’ll provide a vital link between CVLS’ offsite clinics and our administrative offices. Ian Turnipseed, Staff Attorney, Cook County Foreclosure Mediation Program Indiana University (B.A., Journalism, 2002), DePaul University College of Law (J.D., 2011) During law school, Ian interned with the Office of the Cook County Public Defender, then volunteered with CVLS. He joined CVLS’ foreclosure mediation program in the spring of 2012. His duties include representing clients in mediation and court, supervising and assisting volunteers, and participating in other program activities. Ian is a member of the Chicago Bar Association.

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Tracy Walsh, Staff Attorney, Chancery Court Access to Justice Program University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (B.A., Spanish, 2004), DePaul University College of Law (J.D. 2008) Tracy litigates on behalf of defendants in residential mortgage foreclosure proceedings. Prior to joining CVLS, Tracy represented landscapers and nursery workers in wage and hour actions in federal court, helped pro se litigants navigate Cook County’s Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Program as a case manager, and advocated for clients in a variety of areas as an associate at a Pilsen law firm. During law school she volunteered as a court-appointed special advocate, a cancelation of removal project extern, and a migrant farmworker project intern.

Paralegals: Matthew Bennett Alberto Piedra Courtney White


NEIGHBORHOOD CLINICS Administrative Office 33 N. Dearborn St. Chicago, IL Tmara Abidalrahim Tony Abou Ezzi Raechel Bimmerle Rachel Boehm Kyle Brennan (student) Chad Buckner (student) Brooke Buican (student) Cindy Campbell Collin Carlucci (student) Naureen Choudhury Christina Cook (student) Martin Cozzola Bella Danusiar (student) Jason Diaz (student) Erin Durkin (student) Megan Einsele (student) Eleanor Endzel Leo Feldman Deborah Filipovich (student) Richard Freeman Andrew Gilbert Kate Gipe (student) Patrick Gleeson (student) Emily Goldman Kelsey Green (student) Mila Gumin David Hanna Alexandra Hunstein (student) Joel Jacobson Ariel Johnson Neeru Kalra Samantha Kaplan Sam Keen Jay Kumar (student) Courtney Lane Conor Malloy Alex Mann Kathryn Metz Lisa Murphy (student) Costa Nikolaides Sean Phillips Nicholas Pope Czarina Powell Elissa Reidy Megan Rooney (student) Rachel Rosenblum (student) Jami Schlafer Paula Stergios Marc Ungar

Spencer Winters (student) Jennifer Wong Nichole Xiong (student) Rob Zielinski American Immigration Lawyers Association Legal Clinic 33 N. Dearborn St. Chicago, IL Eric Berndt Alexander J. Billinis Allison Chan Amy Chiang Nicole Angeline P. Cudiamat Aimee E. Deverall Andrea M. Duron Monica Eav Christopher P. Elmore Tess Feldman Tristan Gunn Richard Hanus Michael R. Jarecki Jeffrey Kriezelman Matthew S. Kriezelman (chair) Nobuko Kudo Kurt G. Larsen Beata Leja Emily I. Love Viviana Martinez Lauren E. McClure Julie Reiter Pellerite Ann R. Peters (award winner) Vanessa L. Pineda Scott D. Pollock Karina J. Quintero Gina L. Reynolds Brian Sather Jessica A. Schneider Brian A. Seyfried Tejas N. Shah John F. Shine Derek W. Strain Daniel W. Thomann Nancy Vizer Renae M. Yoo Afia Yunus Weian Zhan

Amicus Poloniae 5711 North Milwaukee Ave. Chicago IL Marta Almodovar (non-atty) Izabella Bielinska Dawn Bode Adam Bozko (Vice Consul, Legal Section, Consulate General of the Republic of Poland) Joanna Buda Ines Canepa (non-atty) Denise DeBelle Diana Dobrzycki (non-atty) Mark Dobrzycki (PNA Staff Clinic Coordinator) Chair Maggie Domaradzki (non-atty) Stanley Domaradzki (non-atty) Mark P. Douglass Agnieszka Dudek (non-atty) Alexander Z. Fiedotjew (co-chair) Lucas Figiel Nicholas Figiel Iwona Filipiak (non-atty) Gregory Gancarczyk Paulina Garga-Chmiel (student, paralegal, attorney) Konrad Grabowski (non-atty) Radek Graoak (non-atty) Robert P. Groszek (co-chair) Michele Hendrickson Steven Hurtuk Arthur Korbin Scott Kozicki Sebastian Kurek (Vice Consul, Head of Legal Section, Consulate General of the Republic of Poland) Marzena “Marcy� Labedz (award winner) Beata Lesny (non-atty) Leszkek Lis Adam Lysinski Andzrej Maczek (award winner) Calvin Marshall (non-atty) Ursela Matelski (non-atty) Dorota Maziarz Alexander Michael Martin Persson (non-atty) Adam Pindral (non-atty) Olek Pindral (non-atty) Elizabeth Purol (non-atty) Steven Rakowski

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Patrycja Rynduch Elizabeth “Liz” Rzymowski (paralegal) James Shapiro Kent Sinson Anthony “Tony” Slawniak Irma Sokolnicki (non-atty) Zygmunt K. Sokolnicki Frank J. Spula (PNA President and Sponsor) Juan Vaglienty Elizabeth Wachnick Edward Waslewski Magdalena Wilk Richard E. Zabelski Artur Zadrozny Mariusz P. Zdyrski Apna Ghar Family Law Clinic 4350 N Broadway, Chicago, IL 60613 Arpana Bhatia Ruchie Chadda Sean S. Chaudhuri (co-chair) Neha Gill Hajira F. Mahdi (co-chair) Rupal Mehta Fauzia Mohammad Julia Spiegel Chinese American Service League Legal Clinic, Chinatown 2141 S. Tan Ct. Chicago, IL Vincent Anermeier Fiavia Au (student) Andy Brabender Nathan Cao (student) Xiaoyin Cao (student) Brenda Chan (student) Huimin Chang (student) Michelle Chen (student) Jingtao Chen (student) Mingshi Chen (student) AaronChen (student) Olivia Cheng (award winner) Xiaomei Chuan (student) Janice Dantes Michael Ding Ning Ding (student) Xiaoxue Du (student)

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Summer Du (student) Kenneth DucDuong Chris Elmore Adam Falkof Nicole Fang (student) Mavis Feng (student) Bethany Ford (student) Stephanie Greenberg Simin Guo (student) Fang Han (student) Blake Hanson Lam Ho (award winner) Davina Huang (student) Kelly Huang (student) Qiqi Huang Hongzhen Huang (student) Shuyao Huang (student) Steven Hunter Van Huynh (student) Daniel Isaacson (student) Joe Jerr Sophie Jiang Yujia Jiang (student) Vincent Kan Jeff Koh Sunnie Koh Cora Kowng (student) Jo Audrey Lee (student) Don Lee (student) Hsin-Hsin Lee (student) Nina Leung (student) Geoffrey Li (student) Tina Li (student) Yangmei Li (translator) Siran Li Yitian (Tina) Li (student) Kevin Li (translator) Nebula Li Daniel Lindquist XD Liu (student) Yakun Liu (student) Amy Loo (student) Beth Low (student) John Lu (translator) Tianyi Lu (student) Yvonne Lu (student) David Maes (student) Adam Margolin Huy Nguyen (student) Vilan Odekar (chair) Hanny Pei Lisa Peterson

Yifan Sanchez Melissa Seeborg Anne Shaw Min Shen (student) Simon Shen (student) Christopher Skey Jinxin Sui (student) Eric Sutton Helen Tang (student) Xiaochen Tong (student) Wynn Vo Robin Wagner (student) Xin Wang (student) Phil Wong (student) Kelvin Wong (student) Kathy Xie (student) Nichole Xiong Wei Xu (student) Saichang Xu (student) Jenny Yau (student) Junli Ye (student) Ashley Yoon (student) Sarah Yu (student) Ping Yu (student) Xingda Zhai (student) Yan Zhao (student) Yuan Zhou (student) Lin Zhu (student) Victor Zisman Yan Zong (student) Pingjing Zou Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP Legal Clinic 1701 W. Superior St. Chicago, IL Shannon Ackenhausen Terri L. Ahrens John Arendshorst Sharde (Dee) C. Armstrong Iman Boundaoui Emily T. Broach Timothy R. Casey Lucero Cervantes (award winner) John Choi John Joseph Connaughton (student) Alexius Cruz O’Malley Conor Desmond (student) William V. Essig Mark E. Furlane Edwin A. Getz


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Lindsay M. Goodman Matthew F. Havey Caroline Henry Robert Hogan Cynthia Irani Veena K. Jain Casey Johnson Jessica Kavanaugh (chair) Melissa M. Kong Mita K. Lakhia Alejandra Lara Noah C. Lauricella Amy E. Lauricella Susan Lester David M. Matteson Katherine V. Miler Dana Scott (student) Sara H. Shanti Margaret R. Wickett Indo American Legal Clinic 6328 North California Ave. Chicago, IL Rishi Agrawal Karun Ahuja Sheetal Aroda Ayesha Awan (chair) Jen Bennett Kenny Bhat Nidhi Chaudhary Umang Desai Asha George Priya Gopalakrishnan Justin Joseph Mohsin Khambati Kinza Khan Mahima Kheterpal Poonam Lakhani Mohini Lal Lyndsey Letourneau Sharvin Maisuria Ronak Maisuria Madiha Merchant Furqan Mohammed (award winner) Sheetal Parikh Shama Patari Nirav Patel Ashish Patel Zena Patel Lynn Preshad (award winner) Arjun Sarkar Dhenu Savla

Hrishikesh Shah Tejas Shah Sufyan Sohel Neha Tannan Sarah Virani Sameen Zia Jane Addams Hull House Legal Clinic 33 N. Dearborn St. Chicago, IL James M. Cascino Alexander N. Ghantous Alexander E. Mann Sandy L. Morris Christopher J. Moss (chair) Erica D. Pope Jonathan Y. Rosenberg Ashley Seales Jennifer A. Weed (chair) (award winner) JUF Community Legal Services 3003 West Touhy Ave. Chicago, IL Jon Adler Alan Barinholtz Steven L. Baron Diedre Baumann Scott Beller Caroline E. Belloff Joanna D. Benjamin Steven P. Blonder Sima Blue Michael D. Burstein James R. Carroll Joel L. Chupack Miles V. Cohen Barry A. Comin Steven L. DeGraff Stacey J. Dembo-Garber Folarin Dosunmu Marissa L. Downs David Alan Eisenberg Robert J. Emanuel Michael Epstein Emily A. Fox Julie E. Fox Sherry Fox Juli Gilliam Howard S. Golden Herb Goldman

Lisa M. Green Beth E. Grey Lisa R. Herzberg Michael A. Hoffman Kenneth A. Hoffman Ken Hoffman Phillippe G. Holland Scott A. Hollander Diane Hornstein Ted Jadwin (award winner) Kevin J. Kohler Matthew M. Kovalcik Steven A. Lang Nathan H. Lichtenstein Joseph Lifsics Josh Lipton Josh Lipton Helena Livitz Melisande C. Loeppert Jonathan L. Loew Lindsay J. Margolis Courtney E. Mayster Daniel J. Melchin Tamara A. Millner Eli Morgenstern Ellen J. Morris (award winner) Ross H. Neihaus Kevin Noonan Martin J. O’Hara Jenna C. Patchen Sally Pissetzky Neil B. Posner Marc Primack Joel E. Resnick Lee Robertson Emily A. Robins Robert Romanoff Jonathan Y. Rosenberg Mara S. Ruff Michael B. Sadoff David E. Schmidt Jody L. Schneiderman Jeffrey M. Schwartz Paul M. Seeley Paul Seely Michael B. Shaw Adam J. Sheppard Ian M. Sherman Sigalle Shpayher Jordan A. Silver Gregg M. Simon Selwyn M. Skevin Peter L. Slaven

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NEIGHBORHOOD CLINICS Lawrence J. Stark Leah J. Starkman Jonathan D. Steele Eugene Steingold Steven A. Stender Joshua E. Stern Michael A. Strom Daniel J. Struck Elizabeth Stubbins William R. Teitelbaum Nancy Vizer Laura Wasserman Ross Weisman Stephanie Wolfson David K. Wolkowitz Joseph Wrobel K & L Gates / St. Peter’s Church Legal Clinic 110 West Madison St. Chicago, IL Matt Alvis Jessica A. Baer (chair) Devon C. Beane Kevin J. Butler Kacy L. Dicke Maria Doukas Noah Eisner Thomas Homburger Suzanne E. Konrad Margaux L. Nair Lauren Norris Dan Raymond Lauren Salins Jesse G. Shallcross Locke Lord / St. Procopius Church Legal Clinic 1641 South Allport St. Chicago, IL Carolyn Blessing (chair) Donna Gagliardo Kogut Gina Gamal Silvia Juarez (paralegal) Andy Miller Courtney J. Nogar (award winner) Geoffrey L. Radebaugh Rosanne Sangiacomo Linda Simon Ann Marie Walsh

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St. Clements Church Legal Clinic / Our Lady of Mercy Clinic 4432 North Troy St. Chicago, IL Vilma T. Arce Stark Greg Barton Lindsay Dansdill Sarah Flosi (chair) Wes Fowler Claudia Granados (co-coordinator) Norman P. Jeddeloh Charles Jordan (co coordinator) Beth Loeb Sarah Magden Evans (paralegal) Bridget K. Orsic Jose M. Ortega Maria Elena Rodriguez (co-coordinator) Matt Rundio Paul Ruscheinski Andrew Tidwell-Neal Rachel Tidwell-Neal Mollie Whitehead

Brian L. Josias Huda Krad (co-chair) Ann H. MacDonald E. Sylvia May Bob Minkus Matt Mock Calida A. Motley Allison Nichols (co-chair) Lauren Novak David Pi Airetta Ramey-Beverly Sarah A. Ratliff Rachel Remke Alexandra L. Rieck David Sattelberger Matthew G. Schiltz (co-chair) Brian Spangler Nick M. Tipsord Kristen Totten Kelly Warner Brian Watson Jeannice D. Williams Molly Wiltshire Jin Yan

St. Malachy + Precious Blood Church Legal Clinic 2248 West Washington St. Chicago, IL Juanita Avila (paralegal) Fr. Matt Eyerman (sponsor) Furqan Mohammed Lucy Zavala (interpreter) Bruce L. Zumstein (chair)

Sidley Austin LLP/ Salvation Army Legal Clinic 1 North Ogden Ave. Chicago, IL Gerald L. Angst Scott M. Berliant Benjamin Brunner Steve Carlson Angelyn Chester Patrick E. Croke Joseph R. Dosch Kevin M. Fee (chair) Jennifer A. Foster Justin C. From (award winner) Maria Homorozan Christine M. Kailus Julie R. Klaff Michael K. Klinger Kelly Kribs Benjamin A. Rosemergy Priscilla E. Ryan Karyn L. Sikaitis Lindsey A. Smith Daniel Spira Samantha G. Spiro Constantine L. Trela Jr. Gina Williams (paralegal)

Schiff Hardin HOW Legal Clinic 1607 W. Howard St. Chicago, IL Mir Y. Ali Paul E. Bateman Jr. Deborah A. Bone Shawna Boothe Matthew Chimenti Michael Chin Katherine G. Cisneros James D’Angelo Paul Dengel Alexis M. Dominguez (co-chair) Emily Gesmundo Dave Giles Auste Graham


NEIGHBORHOOD CLINICS The Ark Legal Clinic 6450 North California Ave. Chicago, IL Beth A. Alpert David Avraham Jonathan Baum Neil Berkowitz Gerald Borden David Cutler Joel Davis Stacey Dembo Stuart Edelstein Ross Edwards Arthur Ehrlich Eugene Endress Richard Feingold Scott Frankel Adrienne Gershon Herbert Goldman Richard Goldwasser Sara Gurvitz (award winner) Richard Hanus Carrie Herschman Cori Hork (chair) Thomas Joens Anna Kardaras Royelle Kashiwahara Jan Kodner Barry Lewis Tracy Madansky Alan Pearlman Barry Pechter George Pfeifer Jeremy Pfeifer Adam Picklin Aaron Rifkind Jonathan Sherman David Silver Lawrence Steingold James Teich Martin Tiersky Philip Tortorich Ari Trubitt Thunderdome Divorce Clinic 33 North Dearborn St. Chicago, IL David M. Anderson Anne R. Bennett Bourgogne Chalmers Ebonee J. Dawson Shane T. Devins Idara N. Essien

Brad G. Greenwood Raquel B. Gross Gina O. Harrison Marie B. Henning Stephen J. Judge Amber S. Kennedy-Ware Jessica C. Louis Tremaine L. Maebry Catherine M. Negaard Danielle J. Paino Sarah J. Peterlin Katrina J. Plonczynski Adam J. Rouse Aimie S. Rucinski Alexander M. Schoultheis Bayarjargal T. Sereenen Emily J. Spiering Shavon M. Wesley Tresler LLP Legal Clinic 100 S. Sixth Ave. LaGrange, IL Amber Coisman (award winner) Michael Conlon Shannon Dunne Stephen Grossmark Katherine Hercher Robert Heyne Dana Kanellakes Kevin Kearney Kevin Mahoney Elizabeth Mathieson Nicolas Mesco Christine Post (chair) Abigail Rocap Marshall Seeder Si-Yong Yi

Visitation Church Legal Clinic 843 West Garfield Blvd. Chicago, IL Gwendolyn Anderson Vaughn Barber Barbara Burns (award winner) Jim Cachey Crystal Caison Christopher Clark J. Anthony Clark Kathryn Flores Janet Good (social worker) Kathleen Hayes (paralegal/social worker) Adam Ingber Katherine Jahnke Dale Elaine Johnson (award winner) William Jones Bernadine Karge Annette King (intake) Maureen McGann Karen Meaderds (paralegal) Corinne Morrissey Kathleen O’Rourke Shelia Ray Janice Roche Jean Roche Anthony Schmitz Kelly Shaw Mary Anne Smith (chair) Monica Smith Dee Spiech (social worker) William Spielberger Virginia Ulaszek (administrative)

Trinity United Church of Christ Legal Clinic TUCC Village Center Chicago, IL J. Anthony Clark Lee Dandridge (paralegal) James T. Derico, Jr. (award winner) Ellen E. Douglass (chair) Candice Hansford Tiffany Shimada Jeremy Shimada Modupe A. Sobo Hubert Thompson

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Melissa D. Abbott Nareman Abdallah Holby M. Abern Anthony M. Abou Ezzi Nadine C. Abrahams Caitlin E. Abram Gregory P. Abrams Narendra Acharya Cheyne E. Adam Jean A. Adams Robert J. Adams Mary Jane Adkins John E. Ahern Mohammad A. Ahmad Sarah E. Albrecht Robert L. Allen David J. Altschuler Alfredo Alvarez Joseph D. Amarilio David H. Anderson David M. Anderson Joyce C. Anderson Meghan M. Andrews Caitlin Annatoyn Cara M. Anthaney Rafi R. Arbel Debbie A. Arbet Albert J. Arbogast Bernard Sheldon Armel Tiffany Arrott Orion N. Artis Melody Ashby Laura N. Ashmore Nadia S. Aslam Malika T. Assar Christopher B. Ataee Margaretha Ayers Y. Judd Azulay Alexis Renee Backs Gerald P. Baggot III Miriam G. Bahcall Gary Bain Warren von Credo Baker Joseph A. Baldi Amy M. Ballard James J. Bambrick Denise M. Banks Joseph W. Barber Lauren H. Barski Julia L. Bartmes Roger J. Bartos Peter Bartoszek Margaret M. Basch

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Steven B. Bashaw Kori M. Bazanos Nathaniel Kip Beck III Leonard S. Becker Virginia Beckett Gregory A. Bedell Miles N. Beermann Robert P. Beilfuss Gerald J. Bekkerman Brandon E. Bell Brigitte Schmidt Bell Barbara R. Bellar Josette Belvedere Peter F. Bender Gerry Benedetto Brandon M. Benjamin J. Kevin Benjamin Anne R. Bennett Eric M. Bennett Ryan Blaine Bennett John C. Benson Kristen M. Benson Mary Pat Benz Maurine J. Berens Irena Berezin Alexander L. Berg Royal F. Berg Carrie L. Berger Audrey A. Berish Perry M. Berke Daniel S. Berliant Ian Berliner Stephen D. Berman Saray Bermeo Nunez Alan J. Bernstein Howard Bernstein Matthew I. Bernstein Monica M. Berry Sheryl Berry Barbara Berson Shawn D. Bersson Alexis A. Bettis Lindsey V. Beukema Phillip A. Beverage Parag P. Bhosale Sheri L. Bianchin Izabella A. Bielinska William P. Bila Karen M. Billman Theodore R. Birndorf Martin J. Bishop Beth A. Black Holly N. Blaine

Ruby D. Blair Coleen A. Blake Daniel J. Blaney-Koen David C. Bless Robert K. Blinick Phillip J. Block Whitney E. Block Steven P. Blonder Mary Rebecca Bluem Alexander B. Blum Jeffrey R. Blumberg Dawn J. Blume Edgar A. Blumenfeld Martin A. Blumenthal Rachel A. Boehm Beth M. Boghossian Annette Bogolin Dan L. Boho Kathy E. Bojczuk Judith M. Bolles-Jenz Paul Daniel Bond Thomas C. Borders Deborah L. Borman Robert D. Boroff Brian A. Bosch Mellody M. Bose Matthew J. Botica Robyn M. Bowland Melissa L. Brabender Dorothy Brackett William M. Brady James C. Brandenburg Philip G. Brandt Susan Brannigan Bruce R. Braun Coleman J. Braun Paul S. Braun Traci M. Braun Jessica L. Bregant Deana Brehmer Christian Bremmer Jeffrey W. Brend Terence D. Brennan Elizabeth A. Brett Beata Guzik Brewster Christina L. Briesacher Jason M. Briesemeister Rozina Briskovic Daniel P. Broadhurst Bob H. Brodsky Lita H. Brody Tanille M. Brooks-Royston William L. Broom III


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Joel Brosk Adam D. Brown Collette A. Brown Cori F. Brown Crystal P. Brown David T. Brown Deane B. Brown James P. Brown Kent R. Brown Matthew M. Brown Amy L. Brueckner Paul Brunner Abraham E. Brustein Marvin A. Brustin Sarah H. Bryan David A. Bryant David R. Bryant Susanna Bucaro Richard A. Buchanan Robert B. Buchanan Kathleen E. Buchar Jenna L. Buda Linda T. Budz Brian T. Budzicz Gabriela Budzik Lorraine M. Buerger David L. Buffen Katlyn A. Buggy Jonathan C. Bunge Darron M. Burke Michelle C. Burke Whitney L. Burkett Adam J. Burnett Ian M. Burns Karen V. Burns Edward J. Burt Marshall J. Burt Anna Markley Bush Joe Busnengo Bradley P. Bussey Stephanie L. Butler Paul T. Cahill Pete T. Cahill Kimberly E. Calabrese Hallie Diethelm Caldarone Sharon E. Calhoun Michael R. Callahan Jose A. Camacho Pepi Camerlingo Adra Farriss Campbell Cindy K. Campbell Richard C. Campbell Robert M. Campobasso

James J. Cannella Nicole M. Capretta Alia M. Caravelli Michael A. Carin Christopher M. Carlson David A. Carrabotta Joseph Carrabotta Marta I. Carreira-Slabe Karen Carreras Jane S. Carroll John P. Carroll Paul William Carroll Cynthia A. Carter Patrick R. Casey Edward M. Casmere Cass T. Casper Mark D. Cassidy Martin R. Castro Tanya Lenko Castrogiovanni Deidre Destia Cato Paul C. Caughey Ruchie K. Chadha Aaron W. Chaet Lisa Y. Chalem Bourgogne Chalmers Alayna R. Chamberlain Mikeal A. Chambers Michael W. Chance Ann C. Chang Jannie Y. Chang Susan Charles Melissa J. Chavin John Chen Judy T. Chen Jun Chen Olivia Cheng Jules R. Cherie Robert J. Cheris Amanda B. Chesley Russell J. Chibe Robert J. Chio J. Morgan Chism-Diebold William A. Chittenden III Karen L. Choudhury Timothy F. Christiana Sabina Y. Chung Katherine J. Chuston Peter M. Ciesielski Brian J. Clappier Scotty R. Clar Violet McGirth Clark William G. Clark Robert G. Clarke

Andrea N. Clark-Horton Joan D. Clay Stephen L. Cleary Benjamin P. Clinger Jared R. Cloud Kristen S. Coates Kendric M. Cobb Marta Coblitz Benjamin L. Cohen Fredric A. Cohen Joshua P. Cohen Mara E. Cohen Mitchell A. Cohen Tina J. Cohen Bradley L. Cohn F. Marie Cole Alexas R. Collier Amy J. Collins Hettie L. Collins Robert J. Comfort Susan Compernolle Nicole A. Conatser Daniel B. Concannon Thomas L. Concannon Benjamin J. Conley Christina Conlin Martha E. Conlin Brianne M. Connell Daniel J. Connell Richard E. Conser Jennifer L. Conter Christina N. Cook Jason A. Cook Kimberly A. Cook Teresa Cook Abigail J. Cooke Linda S. Coon Alexis A. Cooper Miriam Esther Pinsker Cooper Thomas B. Cooper Renee E. Coover David J. Corbett John J. Corbett Lauran Corcoran Daniel E. Coughlin Steven K. Covey N. Paul Coyle Michael Coyne Carrie A. Cozzi Jason M. Craft Michael H. Cramer Eugene Crane P. Mark Crane

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Nancy L. DeBruin Aurora M. DeCook David A. Degard Joseph A. Del Campo Maria C. Delariva Vince J. Deligio Wendelin W. DeLoach Harold S. Dembo Alexander Demchenko Michael A. Demetriou John C. deMoulpied Dorothy F. Densmore Darryl L. DePriest Sonia A. Desai Tejal S. Desai Jesse D. DeSplinter Shane T. Devins Riccardo A. Di Monte Carrie J. Di Santo Diane B. Diaz Shaska R. Dice Steven M. Dicker Bruce A. Dickman Gina M. Dierkes Tanya K. Dietrich Erik B. Diggs Sara E. Dill Sarah M. DiLorenzo Ivy L. Dilworth Joann R. Dinneen Xavier P. Diokno Molly S. DiRago Michael J. DiSantis Jane Gorham Ditelberg Teresa Do Elfreda K. Dockery Michael R. Dockterman Matthew A. Dodge Karyn L. Doerfler Michael F. Doerries Lawrence J. Dohman Martin A. Dolan Ann M. Dolezal Michele Dolinski Daria Domanski Otis L. Dominique Roselynn Gilbert Don John A. Donahue Katherine H. Donnelly Mary M. Donners Shawna M. Doran James M. Dore Daniel A. Dorfman

Andrew D. Dorn Bruce Farrel Dorn Pooja Dosi Andy Dougherty Matthew C. Douglas Mark P. Douglass Paul C. Downing Patrick O. Doyle Tim J. Doyle Trudy M. Doyle Charles W. Drennen Anthony A. Drew Janice L. Driggers Erick S. Drobinski Matthew J. Dubowski Kristen A. Duffy Rebecca E. Duggan Terence M. Dunleavy Roberto M. Durango Michael A. Durlacher Janna S. Dutton Tracey N. Duval Thomas J. Dwyer Mark S. Dym Laura A. Dzielski Larry R. Eaton Deborah K. Ebner Ana Maria Echiburu Heidi Y. Echols James Joe O. Edozie Erika D. Edwards Ehsan Eftekhari James D. Egan John P. Eggum Betsy L. Ehlen Christopher L. Ehresman Arthur R. Ehrlich Kara R. Eisen Dennice P. Elias John L. Elias Nicole A. Elipas Kenneth M. Elkins Catherine Elliott-Dunne Louis Elovitz Steven M. Elrod Vera Elue Brad A. Elward Sandra M. Emerson Alyson E. Emery Frank J. Emmons Eleanor Endzel Daniel A. Engel Karen A. Enright


PANEL REFERRAL PROGRAM Ratino-Vincent Epps Eve Epstein Mark B. Epstein Stephen D. Erf James A. Erwin Lizz Esfeld Gilberto E. Espinoza Stephanie A. Espinoza Jeffrey R. Esser Idara N. Essien Patricia A. Estela Cheryl M. Evans Jeffrey C. Everett Scott K. Everett Katherine L. Exo Odinaka N. Ezeokoli Elizabeth L. Factor Michael J. Fahey Brian J. Fahrney April Faith-Slaker Maryam Fakouri Adam J. Falkof Anthony M. Farace Timothy S. Farber Cynthia R. Farenga Dean W. Farley Anna Farrales Shirley A. Farrell Wendy J. Fawcett Stephen B. Fedo Kevin J. Feeley Christine L. Feil Joy M. Feinberg Brian S. Feldman Jonathan D. Feldman Leo Feldman Richard D. Felice Penny Ferrigno Sarah A. Ferrill Paul S. Festenstein Kelly A. Fetzer Samantha S. Fields Michelle Marek Figueiredo Thomas J. Filarski Agostino S. Filippone G. A. Finch Heather R. Fine Amanda M. Finelli Karl R. Fink Leon I. Finkel Robert W. Fioretti Michelle Fisher Robin M. Fitt

Brittany M. Flaherty Matthew A. Flamm Rose Flanigan Delilah Flaum Anne Flavin P. Andrew Fleming Shauna L. Fleming James S. Flores Jose L. Flores Peter J. Flowers Suyon Flowers Jodi Flynn Dennis M. Foldenauer Kathleen D. Follenweider Maura Forde O’Meara Robert L. Forgue Deborah J. Fortier Megan Fossen Ashley M. Foster Ericka K. Foster Leon Fox Amanda E. Fraerman Herbert H. Franks Andrew J. Frano Cara Frattasi Jason D. Frazer Martin J. Freed Paul E. Freehling Richard L. Freeman Stacia E. Frens David A. Frey Anna Fridman Andrea Friedman Arthur W. Friedman Gail T. Friedman Ira J. Friedman Ross H. Friedman Andrew Fromm David Froylan Marcus D. Fruchter Steven J. Fruth Gabriel A. Fuentes Maura Fuentes Kurt F. Fujio Freya Fung Gregory L. Gadberry Pradnya V. Gadgil Shannon V.M. Gagliano Jacquelyn M. Gaither Omar D. Galaria Jesse M. Galdston Patrick C. Gallagher Jon Galli

Aaron S. Galloway Jeannie Gallucci Gina M. Gamal Rajvi D. Gandhi Kelley A. Gandurski Gao Gang Columbus R. Gangemi Jesus O. Garcia Briales Matthew J. Gardner Emily Garrison Kalisa R. Gary Gordon F. Gault Kelly L. Gawne Thomas H. Gayle Ebba Gebisa Peggy S. Gelman Kenneth Y. Geman William J. Georgakis Blessy George Ava M. George Stewart Mara S. Georges Stacy A. Georginis Gina R. Gerardi Arno R. Gerbrecht Richard C. Gering Adrienne G. Gershon Michael D. Gerstein Marianne S. Geula Jonathan R. Gewurz Alexander N. Ghantous Tia C. Ghattas Eleni Giannakopoulos Thomas D. Gianturco Sheree M. Giardino Timothy K. Gibbs William T. Gibbs Emily F. Gibellina Douglas C. Giese Carl Gigante Sohrab Gilani Jacob M. Gilbert Jennifer L. Gilbert David C. Giles Lalania Gilkey-Johnson Peggy A. Gill-Curtin Peter J. Gillespie Brian Gilligan Jenna Gillingham David J. Gilmartin Jerome Gilson Sean Ginty Bradley T. Giordano H. Joseph Gitlin

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PANEL REFERRAL PROGRAM Whitnie H. Gladden Robert A. Glaves Patrick Gleeson Carol L. Gloor Mauro Glorioso Lucia A. Glunz Matthew Godfrey John Christopher Goebel John P. Goebel Stephen G. Goins Eva E. Golabek Arthur S. Gold Temra J. Gold Jerome F. Goldberg Michael K. Goldberg Gerry Golden David M. Goldhaber Alan L. Goldman Henry W. Goldman Jodi L. Goldman Neil S. Goldsmith Jacob Z. Goldstein Christina N. Goletz Mariola A. Golota Jenny R. Goltz Sheldon S. Gomberg Veronica Gomez Daniel Gonzalez Zoila R. Gonzalez Charles L. Goodbar J. Matthew Goodin Myoka Kim Goodin Barry L. Gordon Sara L. Gordon Benjamin F. Gould David M. Gower M. Christine Graff Daniel T. Graham Burton F. Grant Judith A. Grant Maurice Grant Ashley N. Gray Karen Grebenor Dana I. Green James W. Green Max L. Green Paula J. Green Paul E. Greenwalt III Brad G. Greenwood Stacy Y. Greer Catherine A. Griffin Sarah E. Grime Steven Grimes

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Kathleen M. Gros Raquel B. Gross Jolie M. Grossberg Agnes E. Grossman Lynn M. Grossman Richard D. Grossman Eric H. Grush Danuta M. Gruszka David J. Grycz Victor M. Gryniewicz L. Robert Guenthner III Jeffrey W. Gunn Ankur Gupta Rajesh Gupta Rashmi Gupta G. Robert Guritz Samuel P. Gussis Brent R. Gustafson Kelly L. Guzman John W. Guzzardo Anis H. Ha Robert A. Habib Nancy Hablutzel Scott Hadala Susan Haddad James T. Haddon Gerard D. Haderlein Jeffery M. Hagen Gregg R. Hague Amy N. Hahn Paul Haidle Luke P. Hajzl Caleb J. Halberg Julie S. Halperin Marcelo Halpern Marie A. Halpin Juyon A. Ham Jennifer L. Hamilton Kristen E. Hamilton Nathan F. Hamilton Zachary Hamilton Matthew J. Hammer Taylor S. Hammond F. Jean Hanlon Janan E. Hanna Bonnie Spaccarelli Hannon Fredrick R. Harbecke John W. Harbst David G. Harding Shannon T. Harell Dewitt C. Harley Maureen Harmon Christine M. Harney

Tiffany R. Harper Jacob W. Harrell Daniel M. Harris H. Reed Harris Katherine H. Harris Mark M. Harris Marla Shade Harris Robert Harris Susan V. Harris Gina O. Harrison Amanda N. Hart Megan I. Hart William J. Harte Laura E. Hartin Stacie R. Hartman Katherine T. Hartmann Barry A. Hartstein Daniel J. Hartweg Katherine Harvalis Amanda Harvath Suzanne E. Harwood Michael R. Hasselberg Katerina S. Hatziavramidis Emily R. Haus Daniel J. Hayes John D. Hayes Megan D. Hayes Timothy M. Hayes Helen Haynes Lanetta Haynes Turner Keoini J. Haynes Wells Kristen E. Hazel Brian D. Hector Dean R. Hedeker A. Paul Heeringa Lawrence H. Heftman John J. Held Ross J. Helfand Alison L. Helin Erica L. Helland Beverly Helm Stephen D. Helm Brandon Helms Angela D. Henderson Ashanti Madlock Henderson John P. Hendrickson Michele F. Hendrickson Marie B. Henning Scott W. Henry David W. Hepplewhite Michael T. Herbst Bradley D. Hergott Eric A. Herman


PANEL REFERRAL PROGRAM Janet L. Hermann Jamila A. Hernandez Joseph A. Herndon Thayer J. Herte Claireen L. Herting Brian J. Hickey James J. Hickey Elliott Higdon Greg Higgins Peter F. Higgins Louis Hilfman Jacquelyn A. Hill Kathryn M. Hill Thomas R. Hill Linda Hills Brian J. Hindman Austin L. Hirsch Lam Nguyen Ho Kathleen L. Hobbins Burton S. Hochberg Alan D. Hoffenberg Craig A. Hoffman Kathleen K. Hoffman Thomas E. Hoffman Emmett M. Hogan Patricia K. Hogan Ebony C. Holden Paula H. Holderman Derek S. Holland Susanne J. Hollander Neil E. Holmen Patricia Brown Holmes David T. Holtermann Tracey L. Holtshirley Jennifer D. Homer Marshall H. Hong Roy Hong Allen E. Hoover Kyle D. Hoover Laura J. Hoover David H. Hopkins Anthony G. Hopp Lizabeth Horn William D. Horn Toya D. Horn Howard Denise A. Horne Peter J. Horst Keith E. Horton Miles K. Horton LaKeith Hoskin Edward Houlihan Jaime E. Hovey Hugh D. Howard

Sara R. Howard Stacy A. Howard Ingrid A. Howard Arnold Bahtiar Hoxha Diana J. Hsu June J. Htun Kristen E. Hudson Gilda Hudson-Winfield Michelle D. Hugghis Flagg Bryan D. Hughes John A. Hughes Jamie L. Hull Emilie E.D Hunt Karla R. Hunter James F. Hurst John A. Husmann Chad J. Husnick Kelly N. Hutchinson Daniel I. Hwang Kristy Y. Hwang Sharon A. Hwang Laurajane Hyde Joseph P. Hynes Karen K. Hynes Annah L. Icay Thaddeus J. Ilg Jeffrey M. Ingalls Forrest L. Ingram Elizabeth A. Irving Peter N. Isaac Samuel B. Isaacson Robert T. Isham Alexander M. Ivakhnenko Katherine E. Ivancevich Alena Ivanova Jennifer R. Izraelewicz Laura Jacksack Deborah L. Jackson Liane J. Jackson John J. Jacobsen Joel C. Jacobson Larry H. Jacobson P. Michelle Jacobson Laurie D. Jaffe Neill P. Jakobe Jenica M. James Shannon James Qasim S. Jami Kavitha Janardhan Gina Jang Jaclyn J. Janssen Matthew C. Jardine Michael A. Jarrick

Martin W. Jaszczuk Carolyn A. Jayne Norman P. Jeddeloh Jenny R. Jeltes Thomas W. Jenkins Eliot Jessop Shaum B. Jhansale Jian Jiang Guy S. Joassin Christopher A. Johlie Christopher Johnsen Ariel Johnson Beth Johnson Bryan J. Johnson Cynthia Johnson Dana M. Johnson David A. Johnson Derek E. Johnson Joni L. Johnson Kathleen A. Johnson Kenneth H. Johnson Kevin R. Johnson Lisa D. Johnson Maribeth T. Johnson Richard F. Johnson Aleka L. Jones Amanda C. Jones Celeste K. Jones Marcus C. Jones Gregory J. Jordan Sean D. Jordan Fred A. Joshua William J. Jovan Alissa Jubelirer Jonathan Judge Stephen J. Judge Joseph Jueng R. Howard Jump Kelly S. Jung Michael T. Jurusik Adam B. Justice Maria J. Kaczmarczyk Tomasz J. Kaczmarski Marc R. Kadish Betsy Kadus Adnan A. Kagalwalla Linda Kagan Bennett A. Kahn Ira B. Kahn Levi Kahn Valerie L. Kahn Emily Kaitis William B. Kalbac

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PANEL REFERRAL PROGRAM Lilianna M. Kalin Ira M. Kalina Scott M. Kalish Maria F. Kallmeyer Amit Kalra Neeru Kalra Patrick M. Kalscheur Mustafa Kamal Megan A. Kamdar Lydia Gross Kamerlink Chester T. Kamin Vincent H. Kan Shelby H. Kanarish Devendra S. Kane Larry R. Kane Arnold G. Kaplan Frederick M. Kaplan Jason N. Kaplan Alex Karan Melissa A. Karczewski James F. Karela Michael R. Karnuth Geraldine Karras Angela R. Karras Neboyskey Erin A. Kartheiser Gilda M. Karu Joel S. Kasanov Michael C. Kasdin Lia Kasios Shawn S. Kasserman Ghanim J. Kassir Eleni Apostolopoulos Katsoulis Melissa M. Katt Jefferey O. Katz Sarah J. Kaufman Paul A. Kazmierczak C. Olivia Keating Kevin F. Keeley Heidi L. Keenan Mark D. Kehoskie Heather L. Keil Latonia Haney Keith Francis L. Keldermans Michele A. Kell Cherish M. Keller Kathleen A. Kelley Amanda K. Kelly Jennifer J.C. Kelly John G. Kelly John P. Kelly Matthew D. Kelly Michael W. Kelly Patricia Ryerson Kelly

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Anna P. Kempisty Ryan N. Kenigsberg Brian T. Kennalley John T. Kennedy Thomas J. Kennedy Amber S. Kennedy-Ware Robert D. Kent Keith Keogh Joseph D. Kern John A. Kerrigan Payal Keshvani Renee F. Kessel Amy E. Ketchum Khalil J. Khalil Daisy Khambatta Mohammed Suleiman Khan Zakia Khan Roger J. Kiley David S. Kim Hyo Jung Kim Jennifer Y. Kim Ji Hye Kim Lois (Jeong) E. Kim Tamin T. Kim Hana M. Kimmel John B. Kincaid Jennifer Durham King Pat G. King Teresa A. King Timothy P. King David G. Kingsbury Daniel A. Kirk Adriana L. Kissel Megan C. Kivisto Frank Kladis John A. Klawans Eugene Klein Ralla D. Klepak Tye Klooster Anne Six Knight Russell D. Knight John J. Knopic Ashley S. Knowland Michael Ko Christopher S. Koczwara Jan L. Kodner Jeffrey J. Koh Raymond P. Kolak Stacy A. Komers Maura T. Koppy Claire C. Kossmann Karen M. Kothari Daniel M. Kotin

Vicky Kournetas Jan Kowalski Barry A. Kozak Jaime A. Koziol Fedor Kozlov Meredith L. Krannich Brian G. Krantz Michael L. Krashin Gayle Kreer Robert D. Kreisman Elizabeth M. Krepps Jeffrey A. Kriezelman Clinton A. Krislov Jonathan J. Krit Nicole C. Krol Anna P. Krolikowska Philip L. Kroovand William N. Krucks Jerome N. Krulewitch Nobuko Kudo Steven H. Kuh Dorothy Kulach Sunil Kumar Philip A. Kunz Mark J. Kupiec Brian J. Kurtz Norman I. Kurtz Tina M. Kuska Kathleen M. Kuta Ross M. Kwasteniet Helena H. Kwon Thomas A. Labuda Laura Lacci Jennifer S. LaDuke Julie E. LaEace Bethaney S. LaFave David S. Lafferty Steven R. Lake Mohammed J. Lakhani Puja Lakhani Michael L. Lakhovsky Manuj Lal Nathan W. Lamb William Brian Lamborne Forrest B. Lammiman Karen A. Lamont Julianne M. Landsvik Stephen I. Lane Daniel B. Lange Susan M. Langlotz Howard B. Lapin Aaron M. LaRue Scott C. Lascari


PANEL REFERRAL PROGRAM Amy E. Lauricella Jared Lavelle Marilyn B. Lawler Michelle A. Lawless Zachary Lawrence Mark A. Laws Kristen A. Lay Bart A. Lazar Nancy Lazar Lamers William J. Lazarus Richard J. Leamy Josh M. Leavitt Nicole L. Lebeau Yehuda P. Lebovits Meghan Ledebuhr Andrea Dudding Lee David J. Lee Deborah H. Lee Harry C. Lee Jamie Y. Lee Joshua D. Lee Jung S. Lee Soojae Lee Alison A. Lemmens Charles A. LeMoine Timothy J. Lenaghan Gilbert C. Lenz Tammy J. Lenzy Scot A. Leonard Louis M. Leone Frances Elizabeth Lepic Dan Lesser Kathy A. Levecke James K. Leven H. Debra Levin Jennifer C. Levin Jerome S. Levin Joel R. Levin Lori G. Levin Sander D. Levin Daniel M. Levine Howard M. LeVine Jennifer A. Levine David H. Levy Richard H. Levy Chenee A. Lewis Scott A. Lewis Jackie M. Liaromatis Michael J. Lichner Mark A. Lichtenfeld Stephanie R. Lieberman Michelle C. Liffick Leticia I. Limon

Michelle E. Lin Amber Lindell Daniel T. Lindquist Erica D. Lindsay Marketa Lindt Marcia S. Lipkin Sean S. Lipkin Jordan H. Lippman Nancy S. Lischer Julia R. Lissner Talia A. Lissner Mark L. Littlefield Emily Litznerski Kristina Liu Brian M. Livermore Timothy F. Lloyd Tzu-kai Lo Robert K. Lock Beth A. Loeb Daniel George Loftus Denise M. Loftus Cheryl Longstreet Scott Longstreet Diana E. Lopez Kevin M. Lougachi Jessica C. Louis Nicholas A. Lowry William A. Lowry Jerome W. Lubelchek Jonathan Lubin John A. Luburic Isidro Lucas Mischelle Y. Luckett Stephanie J. Luetkehans Lori R. Lukasik Erik B. Lundgren Martha A. Lundin Marlon E. Lutfiyya Jennifer M. Lutzke Alison M. Lynch Christina E. Lynch Molly B. Lynch Thomas M. Lynch John K. Lyons Kristi Lyons Bonnie L. Macfarlane Monika J. Machen Heather J. Macklin Booie Madden Dana A. Madden Marcus E. Madden Rose M. Madura Tremaine L. Maebry

Kelvin O. Magee Steve Mahieu Alexander B. Mahler Nicole L. Mahoney Mark A. Majewski Brian K. Major Raymond S. Makowski Gregory C. Maksimuk Stephen H. Malato Sarah Malia Matthew T. Malinowski Katherine K. Malis Leonard M. Malkin Sherwin J. Malkin Carole J. Mallen Barbara A. Mallon Conor E. Malloy Susan A. Malter Rachael L. Mamula Michael G. Mandarino Philip L. Mandell Donald Q. Manning Melissa E. Manning Emily Manz Dorene Marcus Carlton R. Marcyan Howard Mardell Allison G. Margolies Marvin Margolis Sidney Margolis Paul T. Marinoff Paul F. Markoff Joshua R. Markus Andrew Stanley Marovitz Thomas A. Marrinson Teresita Marsal-Avila Karl L. Marschel Alexander R. Marsh Evelyn L. Marsh Kimberley Marsh LaKeisha C. Marsh Kristine I. Martens Jeffrey E. Martin John C. Martin Jyothi Ramana Martin Kevin T. Martin Merrilee J. Martin William F. Martin Marisa A. Martin Lewandowski Theresa M. H. Marx Veronica A. Masaitis Courtney N. Masini Bryan R. Mason

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PANEL REFERRAL PROGRAM Suzanne J. Massel Brian J. Massimino Raymond R. Massucci Ursula B. Matelski Kurt A. Mathas Adam S. Mathein Anand C. Mathew Susan A. Mathews Catherine S. Mathews Graf Barbara J. Mathisen Brian Matsko Timothy J. Maun Erin McCloskey Maus Samantha L. Maxfield Meredith Mazzuca Ada C. Mbeledogu Warren L. McBride Jill Eckert McCall Teresa E. McCall Charles G. McCarthy David H. McCarthy Thomas A. McCarthy Melissa McCaulley Elizabeth K. McCloy James F. McCluskey Arthur J. McColgan Gregory A. McConnell Paula C. McConnell Megan B. McCormick Tiffany J. McCormick Matthew J. McCrobie Heather L. McDermott Sharon S. McDermott Michelle A. McDonald Joseph B. McDonnell Alexis H. McDowell Cathy A. McFadden Timothy S. McFadden Jason A. McGaughy Anthony R. McGee Patricia McGill Jonna McGinley Timothy J. McGonegle Patrick F. McGovern Jan McGrath Terrence J. McGuire Lovejoie E. McInnis Robert J. McLaughlin Todd L. McLawhorn Rochene (Jo-An) McLinn Clare McMahon Maura McMahon Zeller Kelly L. McMillen

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Robert J. McNish Bernadette R. McQueen-Sharp Daniel P. McShane Michele A. McSwain Michael C. Mead Harold J. Meerbaum Courtney Shillington Mehta Hersh H. Mehta Richard J. Meier Michael S. Melbinger Mark S. Melickian Philippe C. Melin Ana M. Mencini Fran L. Mendelson Samuel Mendenhall Judy A. Menkin Hal B. Merck Steve L. Merouse Robert Armond Merrick Carolyn V. Metnick Peter J. Meyer Evan M. Meyers Greg J. Miarecki Josephine J. Miceli Ronald P. Michel Carla R. Michelotti Katy L. Mickelson Melissa A. Mickey Mark E. Middendorff Jeffrey J. Mikrut Laurie I. Mikva Sarah Bassler Millar Andy J. Miller Barbara S. Miller Dale T. Miller Grant E. Miller James B. Miller Joshua G. Miller Matthew S. Miller Patrick M. Miller Robin R. Miller Tina A. Miller Emily Milman Maria J. Minor Enrico J. Mirabelli Philip A. Miscimarra Robin Y. Mistretta-Bradley Jeffrey E. Miszczyszyn Courtney D. Mitchell Darlene M. Mitchell Jeannie D. Mitchell Percy D. Mitchell Richard C. Moenning

Mervate M. Mohammad Phillip J. Mohr Alan E. Molotsky Anthony J. Monaco Joseph T. Monahan Dennis J. Mondero David M. Money Annette Montalvo Gregory J. Moody David J. Moorhead Anabela Mora Donald J. Moran Timothy E. Moran Carolyn L. Morehouse Joseph T. Moriarty Ralph A. Morris John H. Morrison John A. Morrissey Matthew J. Morrissey Thomas A. Morrissey Anthony J. Morrone Kevin Morrow Peter C. Morse Steven J. Morton Mahsa Motlagh Jeanne A. Moulthrop Ayman R. Mourad Stefan I. Mozer Megan M. Mueller Cuellar Sotavia N. Muhammad Thomas R. Mulroy John M. Mulvey Laura Muma Allen F. Murphy Beth L. Murphy Christopher H. Murphy James Patrick Murphy Julie A. Murphy Robert A. Murphy Robin B. Murphy Rosalie Selinger Murphy Timothy M. Murphy Daniel C. Murray Renata Musial Zafar Musvi Audrey K. Myers Kimberly J. Myers Ethel Myles-Henderson Floyd N. Nadler Shamla T. Naidoo Lucia Nale David T. Nani Gordon B. Nash


PANEL REFERRAL PROGRAM Jeremy E. Nash Brett J. Natarelli David B. Nathan Erin R. Nathan John A. Naughton Phllip Ruben Nava Steven J. Navarre Marnie S. Navarro Sally J. Navratil Chlece N. Neal Hannah L. Needham Catherine M. Negaard Kristi L. Nelson Ryan M. Neri Alan D. Nesburg Samuel E. Neschis Allegra R. Nethery Alissa J. Neuman Tiffany G. Newbern Brant A. Newgard Norman B. Newman Tonya G. Newman Anthony L. Nguyen Christine K. Nichols Daniel Nickel Timothy G. Nickels William R. Nifong Jennifer T. Nijman Ronald K. Nolen Lisa M. Noller Birgitta Norberg Martha L. Norman Laura Norris Gregory S. Norrod Irene Novelli Jeanne L. Nowaczewski Paulina Nowak Robin Ann Nowicki Christopher T. Nowotarski Beth Renee Nussbaum Amanu M. Nwaomah Lisa M. Nyuli William B. Oberts Carrie E. O’Brien Eleanor K. O’Brien Jessica A. O’Brien Violet M. O’Brien Edward J. O’Connell Beth O’Connor Eileen M. O’Connor Timothy P. O’Connor Margaret M. O’Donoghue Heidi K. Oertle

Clyde A. Ogg Kelly M. Ognibene Cindy J. O’Keefe Edem K. Okudzeto Carol D. Olbinsky John Oldershaw David J. Olmstead Allyson Wilcox Olson Cassiopeia R. Olson Joseph M. Olstein Robin J. Omahana Richard F. O’Malley Mary C. O’Neil Carmen Ontiveros Konni C. Onugha George U. Oparanozie Stuart W. Opdycke Jennifer L. O’Reilly Michael H. Orenstein Matthew Organ Daniel O’Rourke Erika L. Orr Dennis J. Orsey J. Damian Ortiz Radusa Ostojic Ulick G. O’Sullivan Lucas A. Otto Cosil L. Ouksel Brian C. Owen Michael L. Owen Michelle N. Owen Kevin G. Owens Patrick D. Owens Randall L. Oyler Terry A. Oznick Jaime L. Padgett Analisa Padilla Kimberly A. Padjen Lisa M. Pagel Danielle J. Paino Kevin Pak James D. Palmatier Caroline J. Palmer Dwight Palmer Lynn M. Palmgren Gus A. Paloian Ernesto R. Palomo Martha A. Pampel Julie Panicali Daniel G. Pappano Matthew T. Par Gregory J. Pardini Roma Parikh

Samuel S. Park Sarah Park Harriet J. Parker Mark V. B. Partridge Mary Catherine Pastoret David P. Pasulka Shama K. Patari Aseet Patel Shannon R. Patel Simrit C. Patel Susan Patel Roenan Patt (award winner) Timothy R. Patterson Arielle D. Patton Denise J. Patton Deepa K. Paul Erich O. Pavel Timothy G. Payne James A. Payonk Rusty A. Payton Richard J. Pearl Ryan A. Peck William J. Pecquet Donna Alberts Peel Geraldine Peeples Julene M. Perbohner Jesus Perez Martin Perez Rosa Perez Steven C. Perlis Pamela G. Perrone Gregory F. Pesce James T. Peterka Sarah J. Peterlin Charles H. R. Peters Michael J. Peters Randall F. Peters Sylvia Peters Mark A. Petrolis Andrew T. Pfau George S. Pfeifer Laura Pfeiffer Jonathan G. Pfleeger Joseph G. Phelps William G. Phillips Elizabeth Pickell James P. Pieczonka Michael R. Pieczonka Joseph W. Pieper Steven G. Pietrick Rosalba Pina Jerome W. Pinderski Julie-Ann Piotrowski-Govreau

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PANEL REFERRAL PROGRAM Faustin A. Pipal Susan A. Pipal Alexander Plakas Kalpana S. Plomin Katrina J. Plonczynski Paul W. Plotnick Annie Poelstra James Polcaster Kristina Polizzi E. King Poor Debbie A. Popowski Portia J. Porter Cecil E. Porter III Amanda Portes Christine E. Post Czarina Powell Melinda L. Power Molly M. Powers Joseph P. Pozen Elizabeth R. Pozolo Stacey L. Prange Christine Preissig Abigail L. Preissler Lynn S. Preshad James M. Pretlow Peter M. Price Marc A. Primack Agnes T. Prindiville James B. Pritikin Stephen M. Proctor Carla Pruitt Serena J. Pruitt Kevin R. Pryor David A. Prystowsky Kenneth P. Purcell Amy L. Purham Elizabeth M. Purol Tricia L. Putzy Evangelina C. Puyol-Geo Almaas M. Qaderi Denise M. Quimby Kent A. Raden Michael Raff Nadia Ragheb-Gonzalez Mihaela L. Raicu Marvin Raidbard Zachary M. Raimi Daniel J. Rak Shirley A. Ramadani Edward J. Rampson John S. Ramsey Stacy Rankin Karen Y. Ranos

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William H. Ransom Mark D. Rasmussen Scott Rauscher Allen L. Ray Timothy Ray Cheryl B. Rayner Shruthi G. Reddy Alexis Reed Rhonda M. Reed Kristin M. Reepmeyer Margaret A. Reetz Rodney F. Reeves Elissa Reidy Louis Allen Reiff Jill D. Rein Catherine C. Reiter Donald J. Rendler-Kaplan Elaine Renta Kyle D. Rettberg Jeanne M. Reynolds Margaret M. Reynolds Brooke G. Rezko Margaret Rhiew Shari R. Rhode Trisha M. Rich Kurt A. Richter Mark S. Riley Berton N. Ring M. Bart Rinn Anthony J. Ritrovato Bradley V. Ritter Renee T. Rivers-Proby Larry R. Rivkin Christopher Rizzo Andy Roberson Michael C. Roberts Sue Roberts-Kurpis Delores E. Robinson Natasha L. Robinson Daniel R. Rock Janice E. Rodgers Marylyn G. Rodgers Federico M. Rodriguez Veronica Rodriguez Winifred Rodriguez Anna Rog Larry R. Rogers W. Brandon Rogers Jaime S. Roginski-Kord Michael P. Rohan James T. Rohlfing Leslie A. Rojas Kimberly R. Romain

Antonio M. Romanucci Daniel Romero Jennifer L. Romig Glenn C. Ronaldson Maren N. Ronan Kantas Connie S. Roncone Shawn K. Ronda Megan M. Rooney John L. Ropiequet Neil M. Rosenbaum Howard H. Rosenfeld Tanya L. Rosin Terri Ross Lisa E. Roth Michael J. Roth Jonathan E. Rothschild Christopher J. Rothwell Michael H. Rotman Adam J. Rouse Jorge F. Rovelo Suzanne Karbarz Rovner Heidi Hennig Rowe Lucille Victoria Rowels Debran M. Rowland Donna L. Rowling Aimie S. Rucinski Lawrence T. Ruder David L. Rudolph Susan S. Rudzinski Jesse H. Ruiz Charis A. Runnels Theodore J. Russell Denise D. Russo Lee Ann Russo Michael F. Ruszkowski Carrie C. Ruzicka Kevin J. Ryan Mary-Frances Ryan Gregory C. Ryckman Andrew S. Ryerson Brittney B. Rykovich Terrie A. Rymer Elizabeth C. Rzymowski Gregory J. Sabarese Geoffrey B. Sabin Nettie F. Sabin Nabil Sabki Lorne T. Saeks Shayda A. Safapour Ronald S. Safer Andrea Sagols Moshe B. Saiger Ashaki T. Sailor


PANEL REFERRAL PROGRAM Aleksandra W. Sajdak Denise D. Sakuta Abdullah Salah Jeffrey D. Salling Rana H. Salti Sally H. Saltzberg Jimmy A. Samad Amber M. Samuelson Edward J. Samuelson Derek D. Samz Daniel R. Sanders David P. Sanes Lorren Nichole Sangha Ruben D. Sanmiguel Dena T. Saper Laxmi P. Sarathy Hedwig Sarnicki Asha P. Sarode Brian W. Sather Alan A. Satyr LaVerne Rolle’ Saunders Rudy G. Schade Dana E. Schaffner Joel P. Schaps Joel A. Schechter Kathleen S. Scheidt Marc C. Scheinbaum Debbie M. Schell Eliot G. Schencker Maria T. Scherer Donald C. Schiller Robert J. Schlacks Jami M. Schlafer Gary L. Schlesinger Daniel I. Schlessinger Yasmin S. Schnayer Catherine A. Schneider Emily E. Schnidt Keith P. Schoeneberger Steven S. Scholes Devlin J. Schoop Erich P. Schork Alexander M. Schoultheis Scott N. Schreiber Jennifer L. Schroeder Norman P. Schroeder Philip J. Schroeder Margaret M. Schuchardt Patrick T. Schuette Stephen C. Schulte Michael R. Schumann Benjamin L. Schuster Stephen W. Schwab

Jennifer M. Schwartz Stanley D. Schwartz Benedict Schwarz David C. Scott Emma L. Scott Joseph A. Scott Sharon L. Scott Patti Scudero Michael J. Scully Gara M. Seagraves Joe D. Seely Marshall D. Segal David R. Seligman Richard M. Seligman Wendy Seltzer Fran Senesac Lynne O. Sered Bayarjargal T. Sereenen Jamie J. Serrano Raul Serrato Richard L. Sevcik Alicia C. Seward Emily Seymore Sherese A. Shabazz Michael L. Shacter Nancy Chausow Shafer Grace L. Shaff Ajay N. Shah Ankur V. Shah Avni B. Shah Nikul Shah Nirali N. Shah Sonal A. Shah Suma U. Shah Ammar Shamaileh Amro Shamaileh Salmah Shamas Juneitha S. Shambee Rebecca M. Shanaman Luke T. Shannon Robert V. Shannon Sue Shao Edward D. Shapiro Ilene E. Shapiro Lindsey M. Shapiro Wayne S. Shapiro Molshree A. Sharma Vijay R. Sharma Autumn L. Sharp Joanna G. Sharp Stephen D. Sharp Jennifer A. Shaw Karen A. Shaw

Kenneth W. Shaw Fredericka K. Shea Konrad V. Sherinian Daniel W. Sherman Valerie R. Sherman Thomas F. Shero Jonathan N. Sherwell Jason M. Shimotake Tracy M. Shine Joseph E. Shipley Saira B. Shirazi Steven S. Shonder John D. Shugrue Christopher D. Shurland Perry C. Siatis Heather R. Sidwell Marlene E. Siedlarz Sarane C. Siewerth Helen Sigman Joshua Sigman Herbert J. Sillins Peter Silvern Mary L. Simms Arthur Simon James M. Simpkins Jeannine D. Sims Danielle J. Singer Donald I. Singer Priscilla Singer Sienna R. Singer Michelle N. Sinkovits Vasilios P. Siomos Dana Siragusa Christopher N. Skey Honey Jacobs Skinner Bogdan Skoskiewicz Randall W. Slade Daniel J. Slattery Dyhan I. Slaughter Michelle A. Sledge Kimberly Slider Lauren E. Slomka Michael Small Matthew T. Smart Adam B. Smestad Mary A. Smigielski Charles F. Smith Garrett A. Smith James M. Smith Lesley G. Smith Steven G. Smith Todd A. Smith Zane D. Smith

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PANEL REFERRAL PROGRAM Julia Jensen Smolka Joan E. Smuda Rowe W. Snider Lisa C. Snow Roman J. Sobon Hina E. Sodha Jean Soh Sufyan S. Sohel Bartholomew M. Sojka James E. Sojoodi Evon S. Solms Miriam F. Solo Michael A. Solock Leena Soni Cindy L. Soper Matthew S. Sorem Tiffany L. Sorge Smith Teresa A. Sorrentino Eric Soule Barbara J. Spain Patrick W. Spangler Alison D. Spanner Konstatinos T. Sparagis Matthew B. Speiser PJ C. Spencer William F. Spielberger Emily J. Spiering Ann M. Spillane Phillip Spiwak Frank J. Spula Brent A. Sroda Michael L. St. Peter Christian G. Stahl Thomas G. Stahulak Anna C. Stanley Lawrence J. Stark Leah J. Starkman Lawrence S. Starkopf Robert Stavins Scott P. Steadman Catherine L. Steege Susan D. Steffy Steven G. Steger Elena M. Stein Scott D. Stein Stacia A. Stein Heidi A. Steiner Eugene Steingold Kathryn R. Stell Sommer R. Stellflue Kerri Stelzer Paula M. Stergios

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Gregory K. Stern William A. Sternberg Jason R. Stetz Barbara Stevens Linda K. Stevens Rodney W. Stewart John F. Stimson Angela Stinson-Marti S. Ronald Stone Matthew C. Stonecipher Timothy J. Storm Jeffery P. Story Debra Stover Justin C. Strane Shanita Q. T. Straw Renee Street Kristen A. Streeter Andrew K. Strimaitis Ellen M. Strizak Beth A. Stroup David Strubbe Julia N. Studier Leslie A. Stulberg Devlin Su Diane M. Suffield Kartika Sujdak Donald P. Sullivan George P. Sullivan Monica T. Sullivan Peter D. Sullivan Michael J. Summerhill Mary D. Sump Philip Suse Julia Sverdloff Matthew C. Swenson Steve Z. Szczepanski Arthur Szczypta Zachary A. Szilagyi Gerald J. Szymanski Caesar A. Tabet Cory S. Tadlock Baseer M. Tajuddin Masaru K. Takiguchi Deepak R. Tamasker David Tanaka Linda A. Taniguchi Kishori R. Tank Michael M. Tannen Fredric D. Tannenbaum Carlina Tapia-Ruano Donald A. Tarkington Andrew B. Tarnoff

Stephen W. Tarnoff Martin D. Tasch Christie Tate Wendy M. Taube Bernard Taylor Darren M. Taylor Mable Taylor Shellye A. Taylor Kevin Tehrani Francis K. Tennant Danylo Y. Terleckyj Alexander Terras Victor F. Terrizzi Miki V. Tesija Theodore R. Tetzlaff Kelly D. Thames John E. Thies Latasha R. Thomas Yolanda R. Thomas Mecca L. Thompson Susan L. Thompson Charles Thomson Ted J. Tierney Martin Tiersky Joseph E. Tilson Chris M. Tkach Alan J. Toback Rachael N. Toft Darryl Tom Adam R. Tondryk Erika Tovar Sarita S. Townsend David W. Trailov Tim K. Travers Tracy L. Treger Caryn L. Trombino Lauren E. Trubow Mina Tse Donna M. Tuke Rosa M. Tumialan-Landy Karen Turi Stacey L. Tutt Joseph P. Tylutki Marc Ungar Mark J. Unterberger Michael J. Vahey Sheryle J. Valles Prashant R. Vallury Steven Van Dorf Donna M. Van Polen Geoffrey A. Vance Thomas C. VandenBerk


PANEL REFERRAL PROGRAM Meaghan E. Vander Schaaf Michael N. Varak Adrianne Nudelman Varhula Matthew M. Vasconcellos Luis R. Vasquez Valerie Vatch Michelle M. Venci Jacquelyn Vengal Anna Verde Robert Verigan Steven Robert Verr Eliina M. Viele-Pritzker Michelle Villarreal Yesenia Villase単or-Rodriguez Brent W. Vincent John S. Vishneski III Niki T. Vlachos Evan T. Voboril Thomas C. Vogelhuber Rishi V. Vohra Emily Von Qualen Heidi E. VonderHeide Frank L. Vosholler III Gordana Vujanovich Janet Wagner Steven M. Wagner Faustine T. Walcott Barbara A. Wald Thomas L. Waldron III Linda E. Walker William A. Walker Frances C. Wallace Kathleen A. Walsh Matthew T. Walsh Nora Kersten Walsh Rich Wang Ting Wang Teresa Wankowicz Dorothy A. Ward Eunice Ward Everett Ward Leah Wardak Cheryl A. Warzynski Erika M. Washington Laurie J. Wasserman Martin J. Wasserman Lynn J. Watkins Casandra B. Watson D. Scott Watson Rhonda Watson Robert R. Watson David S. Waxman Kathryn R. Weber

Michelle Lourdes Weber Bryan M. Webster Megan Webster Christopher D. Wehrman Lindsay E. Weinberg Neal H. Weinfield David A. Weininger Mark D. Weisman Ross Weisman John Robert Weiss Liza G. Weiss David K. Welch Marcia Banas Welcome Robert E. Wells Kathryn L. Wendell Robert T. Wentland Amy J. Wenz Daniel W. Werly Elizabeth L. Werner Nancy Wertheimer Shavon M. Wesley Lisa A. Wesolowski Chenoa S. Whalin Kate Wheaton David H. White Jaya F. White Martha White Robert S. White Roger A. White Adam Whiteman Michael Whitty John H. Wickert Paul Wierbicki Raymond G. Wigell Gary Wigoda Robert Wigoda Kornelia Wilinska Sabrina R. Wilkins-Brown Darin M. Williams David A. Williams Denise Williams Michelle A. Williams Ryan Williams Shayna T. Williams Zeophus J. Williams Linda A. Willis Nubia B. Willman Todd M. Wincek Jodi R. Wine Molly A. Winkelman Michel Winkelstein Dennis W. Winkler Paraisia R. Winston

Robert M. Winter Daniel J. Winters Charles Wintersteen Joyce L. Wixson James P. Wognum Mark E. Wojcik Tracey L. Wolfe David M. Wolff Matthew Wolski Jennifer L. Wong Samantha C. Woo Julia L. Wood Thomas R. Woodrow Renee Woodward John C. Worsham Xiaorong J. Wu Elaine J. Wyder-Harshman John R. Wylie Bernard Wysocki Philip P. Yanez Yian Yang David S. Yen David S. Yoo Ethan R. York Megan S. Yoshimura Alexander B. Young Julie L. Young Maribeth Young Thomas P. Young Steven Yovits Afia Yunus Victoria Yusim Hass Marta A. Zaborska George Zacharzewski Flora Zaitseza Akram Zanayed Fatema Zanzi Matthew A. C. Zapf Robert Zapinski Joe Zarlengo Jennifer Cless Zehr Gary Zhao Lingzhi Zhao James P. Ziegler John R. Zinke Renee Zipprich Alison N. Zirn Michael Zmora Hajar Zoubeidi Christina Zugalj David A. Zulkey

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PANEL REFERRAL PROGRAM Guardian Ad Litem for Minors Program Mary Rose Alexander Dan Alexander John J. Allen Jennifer R. Anfinson Kathryn B. Ashton Barbara J. Auerbach Douglas Bacon Sarah K. Baker Gregory M. Baldwin Sarah E. Barr Catherine A. Battin Charles M. Baum Wesley N. Becker Phil Beverage Monique N. Bhargava Heather Bjella Jessica Blaemire Kathleen E. Blouin Cecelia Blue (award winner) Nolan R. Bolduc Michelle Bogosh Heather Boice Eileen E. Boyle Matea Bozja Andy Brabender Ellen J.W. Brace Sherri Bradberry Thomas Brewer Meredith A. Brooks Erin M. Buechler Crystal R. Bush Jack Butler Amanda M. Byrne Michael M. Cabonargi Allison Getz Caldwell Brian E. Caster Rebecca Cavin Steven Cherin Yvonne Chin Michael A. Chinlund Louis S. Chronowski Angela M. Clark Darnell L. Clayborn Kathleen O’Donovan Cleven Stacie V. Colston Kevin Connor Chemalcom H. Cooper A. Taylor Corbitt Sandra Crawford Katherine E. Croswell Ambika S. Dalal

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Noreen M. Daly Sara Davis Lisa B. Diaz Gina Dierkes Allison M. DiPasquale Rebecca L. Dircks Jennifer L. Dlugosz Ada W. Dolph Folarin S. Dosunmu Brianne N. Dotts F. Ellen Duff Kathryn M. Dunne Irna Dzafic Megan J. Einsele John Elias Travis J. Eliason Kate Eller Carly S. Everett Kennedy Rosemary G. Feit Robert D. Felker Deborah Filipovich Heather Fine Megan C. Fitzpatrick Freddy I. Fonseca Rosemary C. Francis Frank Francone Elizabeth Franklin William J. Franko Jennifer R. Friedman Rose E. Gallagher Sarah J. Gasperini Joseph G. Gebhart Jennifer Genzler Kathryn K. George Sara E. Germano Aidan Gilbert Genie Miller Gillespie Aidan Gilbert Jonathan E. Giroux Nika M. Giuliano Catherine E. Goldhaber David M. Gotzh Arnold G. Gough Michelle L. Goyke Virginia A. Graves Monifa Gray Jennifer B. Groszek Heidi Groulx Blake F. Hanson Mary Elizabeth Hare Julianne M. Hartzell Janaan Hashim Gregory P. Hawver

Kristi A. Hayek Barbara H. Helfand Stacie L. Herron Lawrence N. Hill Evelyn Hoffmann Sara Holovaty Laverne F. Horton Jason House Stephen R. Howe Melissa J. Hunt Zafreen Husain Kristy Hwang Amelia K. Hyde Olivia Igbokwe Katherine M. Imp Amber N. Jackson Colin I. James Jenny Jeltes Carly M. Jones Julia K. Kadish Sarah B. Kaiafas Jack R. Kanter Rita Kapadia Samantha E. Kaplan Grace E. Kim Max Klupuchak Briane E. Kneynsberg Anne E. Koday Alexandra Koenig Candice Korkis Heather L. Kramer Thomas P. Krebs Matthew N. Kriegel David A. Kuriniec Renu S. Kurudiyara Victoria J. Langton Suleen Lee Jay B. Leibovitz Sharone Levy Joseph P. Lombardo David B. Love Alison Lynch Bryan K. Maguire Oksanna Malan Patrick Maloney Mitchell T. Mancione Jennifer S. Marski Mary Kay M. Martire Maria Menotti Megan McClung Rosemary McKillip Rolanda L. McKoy Mike McStay


PANEL REFERRAL PROGRAM William Melichar Malorie R. Medellin Ligia I. Mendez Maria M. Menotti Carolyn Metnick Shirley M. Michel Randy R. Micheletti Chloe A. Milstein Courtney Mitchell Matthew Mitchell Erica R. Mohai Ayman Mourad Megan G. Morrissey Brent M. Movitz Nicole C. Mueller Laura Muma John J. Murphy Lisa Murphy Heidi Naasko Rachelle M. Nardi Carolyn Naselli Mona Naser Leyton P. Nelson Anthony Nguyen Vivien C. Nielsen Katharine C. Nuehring Katherine D. Nye Anna G. O’Connor Martha L. O’Connor Jill A. O’Donovan Vilan Odekar Abosede O. Odunsi Kevin M. O’Neill Erika Orr Glenn E. Orr Cosil Ouskel Nika B. Palama Kristen N. Pate Ami S. Patel Nikul Patel Debra L. Patinkin Carolynne Ann Paulsen Allison R. Pawlicki Hanny Pei-Rodriguez Maria Petrone Alexander G. Piller Shauna R. Prewitt Britanny Pritchett Robert H. Purcell Lauren E. Quigley Denise Quimby Isaac P. Rabicoff Rupa Rajagopalan

Daniel E. Raymond Caroline Reckler Kristin Reepmeyer Rawn H. Reinhard (award winner) Mariska S. Richards Elizabeth G. H. Riddle Mary C. Riley Thomas Riley Cheryl Robinson Kimberly J. Robinson Leah M. Robinson Joanne M. Roddy Kathryn A. Rowings Mia A. Rubin Erin Kennedy Ryan Lauren B. Salins Jonathan E. Sarna Carla Scarsella Jennifer M. Schabinger Peter Schaeffer Mark A. Schaeve Erika S. Schechter Trevor K. Scheetz Jamie Schlafer Renee Schlidgen John Schreiner Nora S. Tauke Schweighart Kristin L. Scroggins Timothy Sendek Peter A. Shaeffer Lauren K. Sharkey James E. Shultz Nathalie S. Silva Caroline R. Simon Joan Simmons Dana M. Sims Michelle Sinkovits Sharon M. Sintich Susan M. Sitter Sara M. Skulman Troy D. Smith Kristin S. Smith Megan Sorey Johanna M. Spellman Kristi J. Spicer Lauren Spira Jacqueline Stein Paul B. Stephens Kaya K. Sugiyama Christine M. Szafranski Shawn M. Taylor Nikki Thomas Eugene P. Thomas

Paul E. Vaglica Margaret Valerius Elissa N. Van Tubbergen Stephanie Vasconcellos Pasha Vaziri Ivana Ventic Faustine Walcott Katherine S. Walton Michael O. Warnecke Kelly M. Warner Jennifer Warner Erika Washington Caroline Watson Sara A. Weinberg Leigh B. Welker Sheila K. Wentland Paul D. Whitehair Dawn W. Williams Wanda Williams-Griffin Bradley G. Wilson Tina Winer Paraisia Winston Alyse Wu Nichole Xiong Martha Yanira Mallory D. Yates Tania E. Yusaf Kathy Zambrano Emily C. Zapotocny Steven McMahon Zeller Marjorie J. Zessar Margarett S. Zilligen Daniel J. Zollner Michael F. Zundel Adult Guardian Ad Litem Program Anthony M. Abou Ezzi Jean A. Adams Adebayo O. Adesina Stephanie M. Ailor Sarah E. Albrecht Shermin S. Ali Janice A. Anderson Thomas J. Augspurger Joseph W. Barber Vanessa A. Barsanti Ashley A. Becker Barbara J. Bell Synthia M. Bell Malgorzata E. Bereziewicz Jessica R. Blaemire Daniel J. Blaney-Koen

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PANEL REFERRAL PROGRAM Elizabeth Anne Bleakley Phillip J. Block Cecelia J. Blue Jeffrey C. Blumenthal Heather A. Boice Mary Jo Boldingh Amelia R. Boone Robert D. Boroff Thomas E. Brewer Brittney C. Broadnax Lita H. Brody Linda A. Bryceland Richard F. Burke, Jr. Hallie Diethelm Caldarone Karen A. Callahan Edward E. Campbell Susan A. Capra Alia M. Caravelli Gail Carpenter Matthew B. Carpenter John P. Carroll Brent I. Carter James M. Cascino Mikeal A. Chambers Kathleen D. Chappell Yvonne Chin Catherine E. Churm Peter F. Clancy Thomas H. Clark Kathleen O’Donovan Cleven Robert A. Clifford Benjamin L. Cohen Ira J. Cohen Jerilyn S. Cohen Deborah B. Cole Abigail J. Cooke Robert G. Cooper Peter S. Coorlas Ashley C. Coppola Ricardo E. Cortez Catie M. Cottle Katrina A. Crafton Amy E. Cullnan Kathleen E. Curler Cindy Cutler Sarah E. Dale Pamela S. Dangelo Janice Dantes Cameron R. DeGuerre Michael DeLaney John Del Gaudio Larry Devens Erik B. Diggs

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Sheni H. Djurisic Patrick Donoghue Debra M. Doyle Leah M. Drennan Sean P. Driscoll Elena M. Duarte Lara A. Duda Rebecca E. Duggan Colin H. Dunn Rena Breanne Dunn Erna Dzafic Kevin P. Durkin Jay J. Emerick Eve C. Epstein Mark B. Epstein Sanaz Esfahani Roberta Evans Mark C. Faloon Tiffany E. Farber Cynthia R. Farenga E. Garnet Fay David J. Feinberg Angelica M. Felix Ian D. Fidler Carla D. Fiessinger Robin K. Figiel Louis R. Fine Misti H. Floyd Julie E. Fox Sherryl A. Fox Paul S. Franciszkowicz Lenore D. Franckowiak Richard L. Freeman Anna Fridman Jacquelyn M. Gaither Rose E. Gallagher Eileen Gamberdino John S. Ganz Ruben M. Garcia Ashley N. Garfield Gregg Garofalo Gordon F. Gault Thomas H. Gayle, Jr. Joseph G. Gebhart Stacy A. Georginis Ellen B. Gill Peggy A. Gill-Curtin W. Terrance Godbolt John Christopher Goebel Thomas A. Goldrick Margot Gordon Katherine A. Greenslade Melissa R. Grim

Agnes E. Grossman Jennifer L. Guimond-Quigley Valli V. Gupta Rachel A. Guzowski Monica Q. Halloran Kimberly M. Halvorsen Kathleen A. Hanley Mary Hasse Frank A. Hauenschild Keoini J. Haynes Wells Matthew R. Hays Keith A. Hebeisen Jordan M. Heinz Beverly Helm Dana N. Henderson Shannon S. Hibser Jenna F. Hoffman Evelyn J. Hoffmann Emmett M. Hogan Patricia K. Hogan Lee R. Holmes Sara D. Holovaty David T. Holtermann Kyle D. Hoover Christopher S. Hopkins Kelly N. Hutchinson MacKenzie A. Hyde Matthew A. Ingram Maria J. Jaffe Qasim S. Jami Christopher Johnsen Dana M. Johnson Keith F. Jones Rowschaun Jones Shannon J. Jones Vinu G. Joseph Kelly S. Jung Betsy Kadus Emily Kaitis Diana M. Karnes Angela M. Kaul Anna M. Kazaz Robert L. Kealy Monica H. Khetarpal Michelle J. Kim Sarah F. King Kelsey L. Kingsbery Alexandra L. Kirschner Linda R. Klama Caitlin A. Kovacs Jeffrey J. Kroll Michael S. Krzak Philip A. Kunz


PANEL REFERRAL PROGRAM Dmytro Kurywczak Melanie L. Kushnir Julie E. LaEace Patrick D. Lamb Howard B. Lapin Kevin M. Lastres Peter J. Latz Marissa J. LaVette Elizabeth Lawhorn Jennifer M. Lawson Nancy Lazar Lamers Chae M. Lee Chenee A. Lewis Karen S. Li Kevin C. Lichtenberg Katherine E. Licup Andrew Ligas Rebecca C. Little Denise M. Loftus Tarick S. Loutfi Jody Lowenthal John C. Lulay Dana A. Madden Joshua P. Mahoney Carole J. Mallen Mitchell T. Mancione Lindsay J. Margolis Matthew R. Margolis Courtney A. Marincsin Jennifer E. Markovich Maria M. Martuccio Leonard J. Marturano Suzanne D. Mattler Amy E. McCarty Megan B. McCormick Elise J. McGee Bonnie McGrath Gerard A. McInnis Maura M. McIntyre Shannon C. McKinley Jenny McMahon Kelly L. McMillen Shannon M. McNulty Matthew W. McQuiston Ron E. Meisler William J. Melichar Judy A. Menkin Freda R. Merritt Sylvia C. Michas Steven Mihajlovic Laurie I. Mikva D. Rebecca Mitchell Joseph T. Monahan

Bruce G. Montgomery Jody W. Moran Jaran R. Moten Lauren Munoz Joseph T. Murphy Brian T. Nash Chlece N. Neal Douglas E. Nelson Dan P. Noonan Gerald Nordgren Demetria Norris Emma C. Nowacki Helen Istvan Odom Cindy J. O’Keefe Carol D. Olbinsky Robert E. O’Malley Susan K. O’Neal Jason Ornduff Kevin B. O’Rourke Ranti B. Oseni Margaret A. O’Sullivan Donna L. Otis Barry C. Owen Iskra G. Panteva Eric J. Parker Erich O. Pavel, III Kyra Payne Brandon E. Peck Steven C. Perlis (award winner) Robert L. Perlstein (award winner) Gino M. Peronti Marcie Pickard Joseph W. Pieper Elizabeth A. Pitrof Ruth A. Pivar R. Allan Pixton Megan M. Price Andrew K. Prindable Thomas K. Prindable Amy L. Purham Abigail M. Quinn Thomas P. Quinn Mihaela L. Raicu Steven L. Rakowski Mary Raleigh Shirley A. Ramadani Steve Raminiak Nora H. Ramirez-Matranga Kristin M. Reepmeyer Cathleen J. Reynolds Carolyn A. Reynolds Armour Jennifer T. Rhoades Kristofer S. Riddle

Susan H. Rider Timothy J. Ritchey Jean M. Roche Patricia Ann Roets Lesa Rosenthal Moskowitz Dabeer M. Roshanali Steven O. Ross John M. Rougeau Terrie A. Rymer Edward J. Samuelson Genevieve Scanlan Mark A. Schaeve Anne M. Scheurich Renee S. Schildgen Heidi I. Schmid Sydney Schneider Karl H. Schook Lisa T. Scruggs Elizabeth M. Seward Stephanie M. Sexauer Brian S. Shallcross Jacob A. Shapiro Joanna G. Sharp Ina R. Silvergleid Priscilla Singer Mark R. Singler Elaine C. Sit Bogdan Skoskiewicz Kelley L. Smith Ronald P. Sodini James E. Sojoodi Zygmunt K. Sokolnicki Cindy L. Soper Matthew S. Sorem Catalina Soto Nancy Spain John W. Spoeri Craig J. Squillace Kristen A. Stake Adam M. Stern Mikal J. Stole Robert A. Strelecky James E. Sullivan Alessandra V. Swanson Mary C. Sweeney Patrick S. Sylvester Gerald J. Szymanski Catherine S. Taylor Lance D. Taylor Yolanda R. Thomas Elizabeth J. Thompson Mecca L. Thompson Kari A. Timm

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PANEL REFERRAL PROGRAM Rachael N. Toft Timothy S. Tomasik Adam B. Townshend James F. Tozzi Dauser L. Tracy Marc Ungar Mark J. Unterberger Ehiman D. Uwidia Margaret L. Valerius Diane N. Valos Robert Vandervoort Sandra L. Vasher Erin Vaughn Paula L. Velde Michelle M. Venci Earl A. Vergara Eliina M. Viele-Pritzker Dave M. Vincent Phyllis L. Volk Faustine T. Walcott Katherine A. Walker Robert P. Walsh Suzanne M. Walsh Cheryl A. Warzynski Caroline Watson Kristina J. Wayne Michael W. Weaver Jennifer A. Weed Carolyn E. Welch Lauren A. Weldon Mollie A.Whitehead Ryan Wilkins Stephen D. Williamson Bradley G. Wilson Paraisia R. Winston Andrea R. Wood Ming C. Yeh Joseph Younes Cathy C. Yu Sherwin H. Zaban Emily C. Zapotocny Ethan C. Zelizer Amy Ziolkowski Renee Zipprich Dana Zivkovich Chancery Court Access to Justice Program Tmara Abidalrahim (student) Stanley J. Adelman Barbara Andersen Linda Anderson Mary B. Anderson

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Peter Bartoszek Daniel Bass Anthony G. Becknek Raechel Bimmerle (student) Megan R. Braden Kyle Brennan (student) Robert S. Bressler Lloyd J. Brooks Shannon Buckley (student) Michael T. Burgner Bourgogne Chalmers Nam Young Choo (student) Craig W. Colbrook Martin Cozzola (student) John J. Curry William D. Dallas Bibek Das Tinos Diamantatos Brion W. Doherty Kevin B. Dreher Carl H. Dreyer Sandra J. Durkin Ryan C. Evans Brianne M. Fischer Jessica Fricke Spenser Q. Friel Andrew Fromm Leslie Garthwaite Yasemine Garmon (student) Andrew Gilbert James M. Gillespie Morghan A. Gleason Kevin M. Glynn Francis W. Golden Adam B. Goodman Kelsey Green Mark B. Gryzmala Steven D. Hamilton David M. Hanna Elizabeth S. Hess Cynthia A. Homan Timothy M. Hoppe Michael R. Houston Sarah Hunter Thomas F. Hurka Donald L. Johnson R. Cantrell Jones (award winner) Kevin P. Kamraczewski John B. Kincaid Joseph L. Kish Daniel Blaney Koen Lawrence R. Krupp Jay Kumar (student)

Christopher Langston (student) Maya Lentz (student) Christopher J. Letkewicz Samuel H. Levine Gilbert Y. Liss Joseph A. Malek Susan Malter Meghan Moore (student) Brandon F. Moseberry Andray Napolez William Nash David R. Neville Costa Nikolaides Sarah E. Nichols Joseph P. Noonan Barry C. Owen Danielle Paino Andrew C. Patton Perry Perelman Jacob Polin (student) Thomas J. Posey Czarina Powell (student) Stephanie J. Ridella (student) Cheryl A. Robinson Suzanne Rollier Chloe Rossen (student) Dena Saper Amanda J. Schackart Maryiam Shammam B. James Slater Zane D. Smith Chandray Strong Eric A. Sutton Katherine D. Vega Kathy M. Waters Benjamin C. Weinberg Heather White (student) Spencer Winters (student) Thomas R. Woodrow Robert Zielinski (student) Child’s Representative Program Rachel A. Boehm Melissa V. Caballero Cindy K. Campbell Naureen N. Choudhury Janice Dantes F. Ellen Duff Katherine F. Eller Eleanor Endzel Elizabeth C. Franklin Katherine M. Gipe


PANEL REFERRAL PROGRAM Christin A. Handa Aurelija G. Juska Courtney E. Lane Matthew J. Langston Kelly Burden Lindstrom Conor E. Malloy Lindsay J. Margolis Patrick B. Markey Janet K. Maxwell-Wickett Kathryn Metz Elizabeth A. Monkus Sarah A. Nolan Maria A. Petrone Marcie Pickard Amy L. Purham Rachel Rosenblum Mara S. Ruff Renee S. Schildgen Susan M. Sitter Elizabeth J. Thompson Lindsay E. Weinberg Agnes Zielinski Circuit Court of Cook County Foreclosure Mediation Program Marc Abramson Jon Adler Anna Afanasieva (student) Nancy E. Albert-Goldberg Mamie A. Alexander Linda Anderson Katie Anderson Dennis Ansong Robert C. Ansani Adam Ansari (student) Nick P. Antonacci Jeffrey Arman Stephanie B. Arsenty Nikki Ashmore Francine Atkins Lee D. August Howard B. Augustus Audrey D. Avila Bryan Bach Carolina Bahk Gary Bain Lauren Barski Kori Bazanos Peter Bender Beth Benjamin Temikorede A. Bennett Neil L. Berkowitz

Kenny Bhatt Angela Biesiada Rachel Blake Bradford E. Block Cecilia Blue Michelle R. Bogosh Alan H. Boudreau Catherine H. Brady Jillian Brady Elizabeth Brett Jacob Brown Joel P. Brown Daniel T. Bruce Joseph E. Bruno Matthew Buckley William F. Burfeind Ben Burstein Michael T. Burgner (student) Ben Burke Elizabeth P. Butler Ruth A. Cacchione Shelly M. Caner Jamie Carr Bill Caruso Patrick R. Casey Jennifer L. Clancy Trevor J. Clarke Lauren Clarke Karen S. Coffey Jennifer J. Conrad Lisa A. Copland Michael J. Cosentino (student) Karen A. Covy Kevin Cruz (student) Kathleen C. Cunningham Thomas Cushing Clarissa Y. Cutler Cheryl Danek (student) Shelley C Danek Jennifer DeBower Anita Dellaria Robert B. L. DeVries Jason Diaz Eric Dobradin Maren J. Dougherty Marilyn P. Dunn Drew Elesh Sandra Emerson Lizz Esfeld Mark C. Faloon Karl N. Fehr John Fehr Diane Field

Patricia A. Florio William R. Ford Matthew D. Formeller Kate E. Fosdick Alexis N. Gabay Donald B. Garvey Gennafer Garvin (student) James M. Gillespie Clarinda Gipson Larry A. Goldman Zoila Gonzalez Nathaniel Gordon Erin N. Graham Senija Grebovic (student) Raymon A. Grossman Kyle Gruca Tanya Gutierrez James H. Hall Angelica Harb Joanne M. Harmon Molly Harris (student) Danielle Haseman Andrew J. Hawes Ryan Hennen James W. Hertsch John F. Hiltz Joanne Hodge Charles V. Hogren Scott A. Hollander Ralph W. Holmen Joseph Hynes Slaven Ilic Matthew A. Ingram Mohammad Iqbal Joupin Izadi Jennifer Jackson Liane J. Jackson Natasha Jackson Daniel Jaszi Michael A. Jimenez Julie A. Jones Jeffrey Jones Kasia Kaczmarczyk (student) Christopher A. Kane Eileen M. Kelly Stephanie A. Kevil S. Mansoor Khan Tae Kim (student) Lori S. Klingman Richard F. Kohn David L. Koury S. Michael Kozubek Jeremy J. Kramer

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PANEL REFERRAL PROGRAM Elizabeth M. Krepps Sergei A. Kuchinski Maya A. Kumar Michael Kurt Aaron B. Lawee Mark A. Laws Angie Lee David A. Lee Justin Leigh Tammy Lenzy Jourdan Levy Kelly Burden Lindstrom Edward Livingston Joanna Long Salvador J. Lopez Jesse C. Lothamer William C. Love Joi Lyons (student) Adam Lysinski Melissa J. MacLeod Brian K. Major Joseph A. Malek Barbara A. Mallon Angelo Marroquin Matthew Martin Jerry Mason Ramona Mateiu Taylor Mathewson Megan McCaslin Leodis McCray Alexis H. McDowell Summer McElroy Chelsea McFadden Libby McFerren Lindsey M. McGuire Maria Milutinovic Sean M. Mines Patrick Benjamin Mitchell Mark Molay Paul Molenda Carlos J. Montoya Travis M. Moore Susan E. Moore Carlos Morales de Castillo Mark Moreno Zach Morris (student) Sarbani Mukherjee Grace Myers Karthik Nagarur Mary Nagel Mike Neumann Sha Ni

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Jay Nims Aaron O’Donnell Tim Oliver Samantha Ordonez (student) Rich Orman Bryan Orr Eddie Pall James D. Palmatier Jayraj Panchal Caitlin Papadopoulos (student) Eric C Papier Harriet Parker Perry Perelman Stanley W. Pierson Ann K. Pikus Florence Pittman Katherine A. Plominski-Gloede Nick Pope (student) Alexandria Powe Izabela Poznanski Lori A. Prince Britanny Pritchett Paul J. Prybylo John Puziss Kevin Raasch (student) Tmara Rahim (student) Adam Rayford William E. Reynolds Brooke G. Rezko Jennifer Riccolo Julia A. Riley Daniel Rivera Cheryl A. Robinson Kathleen M. Robson Monique Rodgers Elisa Rodriguez Allison Romelfanger Emily C. Roschek Jody B. Rosenbaum Sandra M. Rosenbloom Joseph Rourke (student) Donna L. Rowling Stephen D. Rubin LaQuenta Rudison Ashaki Sailor (award winner) Aleksandra Sajdak Zeiminta Samuolyte (student) Benjamin Saukas John Schinka Jami M. Schlafer Kyle Schlegel (student) Wendy Scott (student)

Jacob A. Shapiro Joan P. Simmons Tanya Sinclair Chelsea Smith Dennis Smith Maximilian Smith Barbara J. Snider Timothy K. Stanton Deadra Woods Stokes Julia Strehl Eric A. Sutton Travis Talboys Melissa Tannehill Curtis J. Tarver II Amy Taylor (student) Sondra Tenorio Wakara K. Terry Barbara Tishuk Valerie E. Trabaris Marquita L. Trotter Alexander Tsinman Mark R. Valley Michael W. Van Zalingen Christine Varghese Elizabeth Vicars Catherine Vrdolyak Peggy C. Wallace Rebecca Wapner Shavon Warren Steven A. Weiss Steven M. Wernikoff Lisette M. Wicev Melissa L. Williams Stephanie L. Williams Joyce L. Wixson Bernard A. Wolfe Carin R. Wolkenberg Andre Wrighte Victoria Yan Eric J. Yehl Andrea Young Jordan F. Yurchich Julianne Zagrans Sameen Zia Seymour R. Zilberstein Rob Zitnik (student) John A. Zrnich Edward J. Zulkey


INDEPENDENT AUDITORS’ REPORT To the Board of Directors of Chicago Volunteer Legal Services Foundation We have audited the accompanying financial statements of Chicago Volunteer Legal Services Foundation (a nonprofit organization), which comprise the statements of financial position as of June 30, 2014 and 2013, and the related statements of activities, functional expenses and cash flows for the years then ended, and the related notes to the financial statements. Management’s Responsibility for the Financial Statements Management is responsible for the preparation and fair presentation of these financial statements in accordance with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America; this includes the design, implementation, and maintenance of internal control relevant to the preparation and fair presentation of financial statements that are free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error. Auditors’ Responsibility Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on our audits. We conducted our audits in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United States of America. Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free from material misstatement. An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. The procedures selected depend on the auditors’ judgment, including the assessment of the risks of material misstatement of the financial statements, whether due to fraud or error. In making those risk assessments, the auditor considers internal control relevant to the entity’s preparation and fair presentation of the financial statements in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the entity’s internal control. Accordingly, we express no such opinion. An audit also includes evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of significant accounting estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall presentation of the financial statements. We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our audit opinion. Opinion In our opinion, the financial statements referred to above present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of Chicago Volunteer Legal Services Foundation as of June 30, 2014 and 2013, and the changes in its net assets and its cash flows for the years then ended in accordance with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America.

Taglia & Associates, P.C. October 14, 2014

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STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION JUNE 30, 2014 AND 2013

2014

2013

ASSE TS Current Assets: Cash and Cash Equivalents Prepaid Expenses Short-Term Investments Unconditional Promises to Give, Grants, and Other Receivables Total Current Assets Property and Equipment: Furniture, Equipment and Leasehold Improvements Less: Accumulated Depreciation Total Property and Equipment - Net Other Assets: Unconditional Promises to Give, grants and Other Receivables Long-Term Investments Security Deposit Total Other Assets Total Assets

$

324,990 59,615 462,703

$

317,283 1,164,591

(

$

181,866 147,824 ) 34,042

– 950,091 – 950,091 2,148,724

380,716 20,199 753,613 276,917 1,431,445

(

$

162,972 140,152 ) 22,820

293,569 573,110 4,414 871,093 2,369,160

LIABILIT IE S A ND NET AS S ET S Current Liabilities: Accounts Payable Accrued Payroll Taxes Accrued Employee Benefits Deferred Revenue Deferred Rent Redeposits Payable Total Current Liabilities Net Assets: Unrestricted Temporarily Restricted Permanently Restricted Total Net Assets Total Liabilities and Net Assets

The accompanying notes are an integral part of these financial statements.

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$

$

441 2,813 50,000 136,870 70,139 7,860 268,123

1,223,954 330,098 326,549 1,880,601 2,148,724

$

$

2,585 2,697 43,000 99,783 – 8,171 156,236

1,286,278 600,097 326,549 2,212,924 2,325,358


STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS

FOR THE FISCAL YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 2014 AND 2013

2014

2013

OP ERATI NG AC TI VI TI ES Increase (Decrease) in Net Assets: Adjustments to Reconcile Increase (Decrease) in Net Assets to Net Cash Provided (Used) by Operating Activities: Depreciation Net Unrealized and Realized (Gains) Losses on Investments (Increase) Decrease in Assets: Contributions and Other Receivables Prepaid Expenses Other Assets Increase (Decrease) in Liabilities: Accounts Payable Accrued Payroll Taxes Accrued Employee Benefits Deferred Revenue Deferred Rent Redeposits Payable Net Cash Provided (Used) by Operating Activities

($ 332,323 )

$

7,672

688,971

5,427

(

65,837 )

(

44,034 )

297,005 39,416 ) 4,414

(

(

613,763 ) 15,273 –

(

( (

2,144 ) 116 7,000 37,087 70,139 311 ) 16,598 )

( ( (

359,316 379,550 ) 18,894 ) 39,128 )

1,875 1,366 4,700 631 – 1,757 62,203

I NVE S TI NG AC T I VI TI ES Proceeds from Sale of Investments Purchase of Investments Purchase of Property and Equipment Net Cash Used by Investing Activities Net Increase (Decrease) in Cash and Cash Equivalents Beginning Cash and Cash Equivalents Ending Cash and Cash Equivalents

( $

55,726 ) 380,716 324,990

( ( (

335,540 352,302 ) 14,000 ) 30,762 )

$

31,441 349,275 380,716

The accompanying notes are an integral part of these financial statements.

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STATEMENTS OF ACTIVITIES

FOR THE FISCAL YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 2014 AND 2013

2014 Unrestricted SU P P ORT, RE V EN UE A N D GA I N S: Public Support Individual Contributions Corporate Contributions Foundation Grants Law Firms Total Public Support Revenue Special Events Revenue and In-Kind Contribution (Expenses and In-Kind Contribution) Special Events – Net of Expenses United Way Total Public Support Investment Revenue and Gains Investment Income Unrealized and Realized Gains (Losses) on Investments Total Investment Revenue and Gains Net Assets Released From Restrictions Satisfaction of Program Restrictions Total Net Assets Released from Restrictions Total Support, Revenue and Gains E X P EN S E S : Program Services Supporting Services Management and General Fundraising Total Supporting Services Total Expenses Change in Net Assets Net Assets, Beginning of Year Net Assets, End of Year

The accompanying notes are an integral part of these financial statements.

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$

114,722 46,321 877,406 92,084 1,130,533

Temporarily Restricted

$

336,994 ( 162,971 ) 174,023 46 1,304,602

– – 1,026,217 – 1,026,217

Permanently Restricted

$

– – – – –

– – – – 1,026,217

– – – – –

16,354

65,837 82,191

– –

– –

1,296,216 1,296,216 2,683,009

( 1,296,216 ) ( 1,296,216 ) ( 269,999 )

– – –

2,202,575

521,112 21,646 542,758 2,745,333

– – –

– – – –

( 62,324 ) 1,286,278 $ 1,223,954

(

269,999 ) 600,097 $ 330,098

– 326,549 $ 326,549


2013 Total

$

114,722 46,321 1,903,623 92,084 2,156,750

336,994 ( 162,971 ) 174,023 46 2,330,819

$

Unrestricted

$

91,651 176,705 766,450 106,936 1,141,742

Temporarily Restricted

$

355,943 ( 161,501 ) 194,442 1,313 1,337,497

– – 1,783,910 – 1,783,910

Permanently Restricted

$

– – – – –

– – – – 1,783,910

– – – – –

Total

$

91,651 176,705 2,550,360 106,936 2,925,652

355,943 ( 161,501 ) 194,442 1,313 3,121,407

16,354

14,808

14,808

65,837 82,191

44,034 58,842

– –

– –

44,034 58,842

– – 2,413,010

1,183,813 1,183,813 2,580,152

– – –

– – 3,180,249

2,202,575

2,055,781

2,055,781

521,112 21,646 542,758 2,745,333

402,891 32,606 435,497 2,491,278

– – – –

– – – –

402,891 32,606 435,497 2,491,278

88,874 1,197,404 $ 1,286,278

600,097 – 600,097

– 326,549 $ 326,549

688,971 1,523,953 2,212,924

( 332,323 ) 2,212,924 1,880,601

( 1,183,813 ) ( 1,183,813 ) 600,097

$

$

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STATEMENTS OF FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES FOR THE FISCAL YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 2014 AND 2013

2014 SUPPORTING SERVICES Program Services Expenses: Salaries Fringe Benefits Rent and Utilities Telephone Printing Supplies Professional Fees Consulting Fees Conferences and Travel Postages Dues, Memberships and Publications Equipment Rental and Maintenance Insurance Other Total Expenses Before Depreciation Depreciation Total Expenses

$ 1,322,669 379,154 207,239 11,290 44,322 17,689 22,377 71,940 14,969 10,728

$

$

330,014 93,300 45,682 2,807 5,787 4,494 5,616 3,318 3,796 2,695

Fundraising

$

Total Supporting Services

13,284 3,710 1,558 112 219 193 227 1,136 161 111

$ 343,298 97,010 47,240 2,919 6,006 4,687 5,843 4,454 3,957 2,806

22,007

5,470

216

5,686

33,296 18,653

8,207 4,648

329 188

8,536 4,836

20,118

3,786

146

3,932

2,196,451 6,124 2,202,575

519,620 1,492 521,112

21,590 56 21,646

541,210 1,548 $ 542,758

The accompanying notes are an integral part of these financial statements.

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Management and General

$

$


2013 SUPPORTING SERVICES Total Expenses

$ 1,665,967 476,164 254,479 14,209 50,328 22,376 28,220 76,394 18,926 13,534

Program Services

$

1,220,870 352,121 160,576 15,613 35,839 15,832 16,185 111,202 13,493 10,094

Management and General

$

257,536 73,526 33,526 3,322 2,766 3,318 3,426 1,364 2,848 2,147

Total Supporting Services

Total Expenses

19,392 5,234 3,859 258 198 259 289 1,364 189 175

$ 276,928 78,760 37,385 3,580 2,964 3,577 3,715 2,728 3,037 2,322

$ 1,497,798 430,881 197,961 19,193 38,803 19,409 19,900 113,930 16,530 12,416

Fundraising

$

27,693

20,772

4,353

309

4,662

25,434

41,832 23,489

42,310 15,730

8,993 3,306

661 247

9,654 3,553

51,964 19,283

24,050

20,720

1,524

105

1,629

22,349

2,737,661 7,672 $ 2,745,333

2,051,357 4,424 $ 2,055,781

401,955 936 402,891

32,539 67 32,606

434,494 1,003 $ 435,497

2,485,851 5,427 $ 2,491,278

$

$

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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS NOTE A – NATURE OF ACTIVITIES AND SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES Organization and Nature of Activities Chicago Volunteer Legal Services Foundation (the “Foundation”) is organized as an Illinois not-for-profit corporation. Its purpose is to administer programs to assist in securing legal assistance and related service for persons of low income in the Chicagoland area. The Foundation’s support comes primarily from individual and corporate contributions, foundations, and law firms, as well as fundraising activities. SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES Financial Statement Presentation The financial statements are presented using the accrual method of accounting, which recognizes revenue when it is earned and expenses when they are incurred. Financial statement presentation follows the recommendations of the Financial Accounting Standards Board’s Accounting Standards Codification (“FASB ASC”). As specified in FASB ASC 958, Not-for-Profit Entities, the Foundation is required to report information regarding its financial position and activities according to three classes of net assets: unrestricted, temporarily restricted, and permanently restricted net assets. Unrestricted net assets are net assets not subject to donor-imposed stipulations on their use in the Foundation’s operations, as reported in the statements of activities. Temporarily restricted net assets are donor contributions with stipulations that are to be met by actions of the Foundation or others and/or the passage of time. When a donor restriction expires, temporarily restricted net assets are reclassified to unrestricted net assets and reported in the Statement of Activities as released from restrictions. Restrictions fulfilled in the same period as the funds were received are classified as unrestricted net assets. Permanently restricted net assets are subject to donor-imposed restrictions that they be maintained permanently by the Foundation. Generally, the donors of these assets permit the Foundation to use all or part of the income earned on related investments and/or unrestricted income for the Foundation’s operations. Contributions and Other Receivables Contributions and grants are unconditional promises to give cash and other assets to the Foundation that are expected to be collected within one year at fair value at the date the promise is received. Unconditional promises to give that are expected to be collected in future years are recorded at the present value of their future cash flows. Conditional promises to give are reported at fair value when the conditions are substantially met. There were no conditional promises to give at June 30, 2014. In the absence of donor stipulations, the Foundation classifies contributions as unrestricted. Donated goods and services are recognized as revenue and expense at the fair value of the donated goods or services. Contributions, grants and promises to give, are recorded as restricted support, if they are received with donor stipulations that limit the use of the donated funds. When the stipulated purpose of the restriction imposed by the donor is met, these funds are transferred from temporary restricted to unrestricted. Total unconditional promises to give, grants and other receivables were $317,283 and $614,288 at June 30, 2014 and 2013, respectively. At June 30, 2014, $316,807 of contributions receivable and other receivables in the amount of $476 are expected to be paid within one year. The contributions receivable are composed primarily of contributions and grants and are deemed to be fully collectible by management based on historical experience.

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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Contributions Collectible during following Periods:

Year 2014 Year 2015 Total Contributions

YEAR ENDED JUNE 30TH

$ $

2014 – 316,807 316,807

$ $

2013 276,917 293,569 570,486

Donated Assets Donated marketable securities are recorded as contributions at their estimated fair value at the date of donation and adjusted to market value at the end of the year. Donated securities at June 30, 2014 and 2013, were valued at $6,271, and $5,178, respectively. Donated Services The programs of the Foundation utilize volunteer legal services, which are provided directly to beneficiaries of the Foundation. No amounts have been reflected in the financial statements for donated volunteers’ time because the criteria under FASB ASC 958, Not-for-Profit Entities, have not been satisfied. However, a substantial number of volunteers have donated significant amounts of time towards activities of the Foundation. Cash Cash includes highly liquid debt instruments purchased with an initial maturity of three months or less which approximates market value. Cash includes petty cash and amounts deposited in the checking account and custodial account. Amounts deposited in the custodial account are required to be maintained in a separate account. In certain situations, cash held as short and long-term investments is classified as such. Property and Equipment Property and equipment are reported at original cost. All property and equipment purchases in excess of $750 for the years ended June 30, 2014 and 2013, were capitalized, while lesser amounts were charged to expense. Depreciation is calculated on the straight-line method over the estimated useful lives of the assets (5 to 8 years). Depreciation expense was $7,672 for the year ended June 30, 2014, and $5,427 for the year ended June 30, 2013. Functional Allocation of Expenses The costs of providing various programs and other activities have been detailed in the statements of functional expenses. The costs have been summarized in the statements of activities. Accordingly, certain costs have been allocated among the programs and supporting services benefits. Comparative Financial Information The financial statements may include in certain cases prior-year summarized comparative information in total, but not by detail and net asset class. Such information does not include sufficient detail to constitute a presentation in conformity with U.S. generally accepted accounting principles. Accordingly, such information should be read in conjunction with the Foundation’s financial statements for the year ended June 30, 2013 from which the summarized information was derived. Tax Status The Foundation is not-for-profit entity as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code (“IRC”) and is exempt from federal and state income taxes for related income. It qualifies for a charitable contribution deduction in regard to its donors, and is subject to income taxes only to the extent of unrelated business income. In addition, per letter dated March 1972, the Internal Revenue Service has determined that the Foundation is a public foundation within the meaning of Section 509(a) of the Internal Revenue Code.

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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Use of Estimates The presentation of financial statements in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles requires management to make estimates and assumptions that affect certain reported amounts and disclosures. Accordingly, actual results could differ from those estimates. NOTE B – INVESTMENTS Investments in marketable securities with readily determinable fair values and all investments in debt securities are reported at their fair values, certifications of deposit are valued at the bank valuation, in the statements of financial position. Unrealized gains and losses are included in the change in net assets. Investment income and gains are reported as increases in unrestricted net assets in the reporting period in which the income and gains are recognized. Investments consisted of the following: JUNE 30, 2014

JUNE 30, 2013 Accumulated

Money Market Cash Reserve Funds Mutual Funds Certificates of Deposit

Market

Unrealized

Cost

Value

Gains/(Losses)

438,086 561,990 307,830 $ 1,307,906

$ 438,086 666,878 307,830 $ 1,412,794

$

$

– 104,888 – $ 104,888

Accumulated Market

Unrealized

Cost

Value

Gains/(Losses)

446,670 526,935 306,943 $ 1,280,548

$ 446,670 573,110 306,943 $1,326,723

$

$

$

– 46,175 – 46,175

Investment return was as follows: JUNE 30, 2014

Money Market Cash Reserve Funds Mutual Funds Corporate Equities Certificates of Deposit

$

$

80

JUNE 30, 2013

Net Unrealized

Total

Net Unrealized

Total

Investment

and Realized

Investment

Investment

and Realized

Investment

Income

Gains/(Losses)

Return

Income

Gains/(Losses)

Return

1,093 14,334 40 887 16,354

$

– 66,125 (288) – $ 65,837

$

$

1,093 80,459 (248) 887 82,191

$

$

1,384 12,200 – 1,224 14,808

$

– 43,977 57 – $ 44,034

$

$

1,384 56,177 57 1,224 58,842


NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS NOTE C – FAIR VALUE OF FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS Effective January 1, 2008, the Foundation adopted FASB ASC 820, Fair Value Measurements and Disclosures. FASB ASC 820, which establishes a single definition of fair value and framework for measuring fair value, sets out a fair value hierarchy to be used to classify the source of information used in fair value measurements, and expands disclosures about fair value measurements required under other accounting pronouncements. It does not change existing guidance as to whether or not an instrument is carried at fair value. Fair value is the price that would be received upon sale of an asset or paid to transfer a liability in an orderly transaction between market participants at the measurement date. The following fair value hierarchy is used in selecting inputs, with the highest priority given to Level 1, as these are the most transparent or reliable. The valuation techniques required by FASB ASC 820 are based upon observable and unobservable inputs. Observable inputs reflect market data obtained from independent sources, while unobservable inputs reflect the Foundation’s market assumptions. These two types of inputs create the following fair value hierarchy. Level 1

Quoted prices for identical instruments in an active market.

Level 2

Quoted prices for similar instruments in active markets, quoted prices for identical or similar instruments in markets that are not active, and model-derived valuations in which all significant inputs are observable in active markets.

Level 3

Valuations derived from valuation techniques in which one or more significant inputs are not observable, or supported by little or no market activity.

Following is a description of the valuation methodologies used for assets measured at fair value. There have been no changes in the methodologies used at June 30, 2014 and 2013. Mutual Funds: Valued at the closing price reported on the active market on which the individual funds are traded. Money Market: Valued at cost plus interest earned, which approximates fair value. The preceding approach described might produce a fair value calculation that may not be indicative of net realizable value or reflective of future fair values. Furthermore, although the Foundation believes its valuation methods are appropriate and consistent with other market participants, the use of different methodologies or assumptions to determine the fair value of certain financial instruments could result in a different fair value measurement at the reporting date.

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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS ASSETS AT FAIR VALUE AS OF JUNE 30, 2014

Level 1 Mutual Funds Spartan 500 Index FD Advantage Class Spartan Intl Index FID Adv Class Spartan Extended Mkt Index FID Adv Class Fidelity Investment Grade Fidelity Short Term Bond

$

$

137,870

Level 2

$

Level 3

$

Total

$

137,870

100,765

100,765

100,592 152,684 150,350 642,261

– – – –

– – – –

100,592 152,684 150,350 642,261

$

$

Fidelity Cash Reserve Fund Certificates of Deposit Money Market, Cash Reserves

$

24,617 307,830 438,086 770,533 $ 1,412,794

Total Investments

ASSETS AT FAIR VALUE AS OF JUNE 30, 2013

Level 1 Mutual Funds Spartan 500 Index FD Advantage Class Spartan Intl Index FID Adv Class Spartan Extended Mkt Index FID Adv Class Fidelity Investment Grade Fidelity Short Term Bond

$

$ Fidelity Cash Reserve Fund Certificates of Deposit Money Market, Cash Reserves Total Investments

82

119,876

Level 2

$

Level 3

$

Total

$

119,876

84,669

84,669

89,451 123,724 133,375 551,095

– – – –

– – – –

89,451 123,724 133,375 551,095

$

$

$

22,015 306,943 446,670 775,628 $ 1,326,723


NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS NOTE D – NET ASSETS Temporarily Restricted Temporarily restricted net assets were as follows: JUNE 30TH

Access to Justice Program

$

2014 330,098

$

2013 600,097

Temporarily restricted net assets consist of two major multi-year grants benefiting the Access to Justice Program which are part of receivables at June 30, 2014 and 2013. Permanently Restricted Permanently restricted net assets of $326,549 at June 30, 2014 and 2013 were restricted to investment in perpetuity, the income from which is expendable to support the Foundation’s operations and activities.

NOTE E – PERMANENTLY RESTRICTED NET ASSETS AND FSP FASB ASC 958 The Foundation received an initial endowment (the “Endowment”) in 1993 in the amount of $200,000; and the Foundation has raised additional funds from various contributions to this endowment fund in the amount of $126,549. The Endowment has been established as a permanently restricted fund for which the income may be used to support the Foundation’s operations and activities, per the donor gift instrument. In August 2008, the Financial Accounting Standards Board issued Staff Position FSP FASB ASC 958, Endowments of Not-for Profit Organizations: Net Asset Classification of Funds Subject to an Enacted Version of the Uniform Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act, and Enhanced Disclosures for All Endowment Funds (“FSP FASB ASC 958”). This standard provides guidance on classification of donorrestricted endowment funds for a not-for-profit organization that is subject to an enacted version of the Uniform Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act of 2006 (“UPMIFA”) and provides other disclosures about an organization’s endowment funds.

Description of the Governing Board’s Interpretation of the Law(s) that Underlie the Organization’s Net Asset Classification of Donor-Restricted Endowment Funds The Board of the Foundation has interpreted the Uniform Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act as requiring the preservation of the fair value of the original gift as of the gift date of the donor-restricted endowment funds, absent explicit donor stipulations to the contrary. As a result of this interpretation, the Foundation would classify as permanently restricted net assets (a) the original value of the funds donated to the permanent endowment, (b) the original value of subsequent gifts to the permanent endowment, and (c) accumulations of the permanent endowment made in accordance with the direction of the applicable donor gift instrument at the time the accumulation is added to the funds. The remaining portion of the donorrestricted endowment fund not classified in permanently restricted net assets would be classified as temporarily restricted net assets until those amounts were approved for expenditure by the organization in a manner consistent with the standard of prudence prescribed by UPMIFA.

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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

In accordance with UPMIFA, the Foundation considers the following factors in making a determination to appropriate or accumulate donor-restricted endowment funds: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7)

The duration and preservation of the Endowment, The purposes of the Organization and the donor-restricted Endowment, General economic conditions, The possible effect of inflation and deflation, The expected total return from income and appreciation of investments, Other resources of the Organization, The investment policies of the Organization.

As provided by UPMIFA, its guidelines for expenditure of a donor-restricted endowment funds apply in the absence of overriding, explicit donor stipulations. Specific provisions of donor gift instruments will take precedence over the general default provisions of UPMIFA, and these have been specified in the first paragraph of this note. Description of the Foundation’s Endowment Spending Policy The Board of the Foundation has interpreted the income and the changes in realized and unrealized value of investments as unrestricted, and available to be spent per the terms of the donor instrument gift referenced above. Description of the Foundation’s Investment Policies The Endowment has been invested in cash and the investments described in Notes B and C, with the objective of maintaining its funding power over time. It relies on a total return strategy in which investment returns are achieved through both capital appreciation (realized and unrealized) and current yield (interest and dividends). Actual returns may vary. Details of the Composition of Endowment Funds at the End of the Year

June 30, 2014 Donor-Restricted Endowment Funds Total Funds

June 30, 2013 Donor-Restricted Endowment Funds Total Funds

84

Unrestricted

Temporarily Restricted

Permanently Restricted

$ $

$ $

$ $

– –

– –

326,549 326,549

Unrestricted

Temporarily Restricted

Permanently Restricted

$ $

$ $

$ $

– –

– –

326,549 326,549

Total $ $

326,549 326,549

Total $ $

326,549 326,549


NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

Reconciliation of the Beginning and Ending Balances of Endowment Funds FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30,

2014 326,549 8,329 34,143 ( 42,472 ) $ 326,549

Balance at the Beginning of the Year Interest and Dividends Unrealized Gains (Losses) on Investments Transfer (to) from Unrestricted Funds Balance at the End of the Year

$

$

$

2013 326,549 7,278 ( 6,893 ) ( 385 ) 326,549

Nature and Types of Restrictions Per the terms of the Endowment instrument, the original gift is held in perpetuity. Subsequent gifts are treated in the same manner. Information on Deficiencies The Endowment was not deficient as of June 30, 2014 or June 30, 2013. NOTE F – LEASES The Foundation previously leased its office space under a 10-year, non-cancellable operating lease, which expired November 14, 2013. The Foundation was also responsible for its share of common area maintenance costs and real estate taxes. The Foundation entered into a rental agreement for new office space in April 2013 under a 12-year, non-cancellable operating lease, which expires November 30, 2025, with lease payments commencing on December 1, 2013. The Foundation has provided the landlord with an irrevocable letter of credit in the amount of $160,000 expiring on November 30, 2016 and is subject to renewal at reducing amounts per the rental agreement. The Foundation is also responsible for its share of common area maintenance costs and real estate taxes. The landlord has provided a credit for the buildout and purchase of furniture and fixtures in the amount of $517,870. Committed future minimum lease payments are as follows. FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30,

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 and after

$

241,637 241,637 241,637 241,637 241,637 1,600,504 $ 2,808,689

Total building rent expense under all leases was $247,894 and $191,175 for the years ended June 30, 2014 and 2013, respectively. The Foundation leases certain office equipment under a non-cancellable operating lease, which expired April 2011; and the Foundation has not entered into a new lease. Lease expenses were $11,044 and $11,587 for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2014 and 2013, respectively.

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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS NOTE G – SPECIAL EVENTS The Foundation sponsors a 5K run/walk and fundraisers as special events during the year to raise funds to support the Foundation’s purpose of providing legal services to low-income clients. The gross receipts and related costs of these events were as below and include in-kind revenue and expenses in the amount of $17,500 for 2014 and $7,763 for 2013, respectively. JUNE 30TH

Revenue and In-Kind Contributions (Expenses and In-Kind Contributions) Net Total

$ $

2014 336,994 (162,971) 174,023

2013 355,943 (161.501) $ 194,442

$

NOTE H – DEFERRED REVENUE Deferred revenue includes amounts received prior to year-end related to the Foundation’s annual 5K run/ walk special event held in July. Deferred revenue for the years ended June 30, 2014 and 2013, totaled $136,870 and $99,783, respectively.

NOTE I – REDEPOSITS PAYABLE Redeposits payable represent the Foundation’s client retainers for case settlement and court costs. Redeposits payable for the year ended June 30, 2014 and 2013, totaled $7,860 and $8,171 respectively. NOTE J – EMPLOYEE 403(b) PLAN The Foundation sponsors a defined contribution 403(b) plan for its employees. Eligible employees are responsible for their investment in the plan and may make elective deferrals of their compensation, on a pre-tax basis, to the plan. The Foundation makes a discretionary contribution. The Foundation’s contributions to the Plan for the years ended June 30, 2014 and 2013, were $50,000 and $43,000, respectively. NOTE K – SIGNIFICANT CONCENTRATIONS Donations The Foundation had two contributors who contributed approximately 70.9% of the total Foundation support for the year ended June 30, 2014, and three contributors who contributed 70.8% for the year ended June 30, 2013. Cash The Foundation maintains its cash balances at financial institutions in the Chicago metropolitan area, which at times may exceed federally insured limits. Management believes that the Foundation is not exposed to any significant credit risk related to their accounts.

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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS NOTE L – UNCERTAIN TAX POSITIONS As of June 30, 2014, Chicago Volunteer Legal Services Foundation did not have any uncertain tax positions that it is obligated to disclose in accordance with FASB ASC 740, Income Taxes. Additionally, there were no returns open to review or under review by taxing authorities in excess of annual statutory periods. The Foundation follows a conservative approach of research and open disclosure in regard to its tax-exempt status and positions held.

NOTE M – SUBSEQUENT EVENTS The management of the Foundation has evaluated events subsequent to the statement of financial position date of June 30, 2014, through October 14, 2014, the date the financial statements were available to be issued. It has concluded that there are no effects that provide additional evidence about conditions that existed at the statement of financial position date that require recognition in the June 30, 2014, financial statements or related note disclosures in accordance with FASB ASC No. 855, Subsequent Events.

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