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Outstanding Pro Bono Advocate Awards

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Each year, the McLennan County Young Lawyers select two participating lawyers for their outstanding service to our community during the Challenge. One of the award recipients is selected from the McLennan County Bar Association membership, and one of the recipients is selected from the McLennan County Young Lawyers Association. 


2018


Goal: 2,500 hours

Achieved: 2,570 hours

Stephen Rispoli, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs and Pro Bono Programs at Baylor Law School presents Vic Feazell and Breanne M. Daniels with a 2018 Outstanding Pro Bono Advocate Award


2018 Outstanding Pro Bono Advocate Award winners are Vic Feazell, of Law Office of Vic Feazell, and Breanne M. Daniels, of Witt, McGregor & Bourland, PLLC.

 

 

2017


Goal: 2,500 hours

Achieved: 2,520 hours

Matt Czimskey, President of the Waco-McLennan County Young Lawyers Association presents David Cherry with a 2017 Outstanding Pro Bono Advocate Award
Kristen Parker was awarded a 2017 Outstanding Pro Bono Advocate Award

2017 Outstanding Pro Bono Advocate Award winners are David Cherry, Of Counsel, Haley & Olson, PC, and Kristen Parker of Kristen Parker Law.

 

 

2016


Goal: 2,000 hours

Achieved: 2,450 hours

Josh Borderud, Immediate Past President of the Waco-McLennan County Young Lawyers Association presents Michael Bourland with a 2016 Outstanding Pro Bono Advocate Award
Josh Borderud, Immediate Past President of the Waco-McLennan County Young Lawyers Association presents Marcy Wilkins with a 2016 Outstanding Pro Bono Advocate Award

2016 Outstanding Pro Bono Advocate Award winners are Michael Bourland of Witt, McGregor & Bourland, PLLC, and Marcy Winter Wilkins of Beard Kultgen Brophy Bostwick & Dickson, LLP.

 

 

2015


Goal: 1,000 hours

Achieved: 2,269 hours

 

2015 Outstanding Pro Bono Advocate Award winners are Ralph E. Cooper, a solo practitioner, and Matt Czimskey of Beard Kultgen Brophy Bostwick & Dickson, LLP.