Cheryl Hill Honored as 2014 Second Judicial District Pro Bono Volunteer of the Year 0
Charles Archuleta, a firm shareholder who has been active in the Second Judicial District Pro Bono program for many years, announced that his legal secretary, Cheryl Hill, has been honored as the Second Judicial District Pro Bono Volunteer of the Year for 2014.
Ms. Hill has devoted a great deal of her time assisting in its popular legal fairs, called "Law-la-Palooza." Sponsored by the Volunteer Attorney Program of the NM Bar Association and the Second Judicial District Pro Bono Committee, these are designed to provide free legal advice to low income individuals and families facing legal issues. The program has expanded each year with more than 40 volunteer lawyers and countless volunteer staff per event participating in 2014.
Ms. Hill has been with the Keleher Firm since 2008, and the Firm is pleased that she has gained recognition for her continuing support of this worthwhile program. Congratulations, Cheryl.
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