Category Archives: Richland County CASA

12th Incoming Law Student Community Service Project UPDATE

WOW! it was not 100º or raining!  This year storage units were the theme! Several organizations had teams organizing storage units. Boxes were made, conference and race material assembled, clothes sorted, food and backpacks stuffed and all kinds of things moved.

Thanks to everyone who stepped up and made a real difference to our community. Give yourself a pat on the back!  Enjoy a few photos


Information session with Richland County CASA

Come by and listen to what it takes to be an advocate for the best interest of a child.

Staff from the Richland County CASA program will be here to talk about the application and training requirements as well as the responsibilities involved in serving as a volunteer guardian ad litem. This session is co-sponsored by BLSA, CALS, CEA, LATINX, PILS, WIL and the Pro Bono Program.


to out newest guardians ad litem. They have received their training from Richland County CASA and are ready to start advocating for the best interests of abused and neglected children. This is not a volunteer opportunity for everyone and that is ok but for those who are able to help in this way, our hats and hearts go out to them.  Please let them know how much you appreciate their dedication

John “JB” Bryant.     Violet Carr.  Molly Sue Harma.     Haley Kiser.   Christiana Olbrych

Danielle Cassells      Darcy Compton.     Megan Hobbs.    Jillian Lesley    Nicole Pares

These new volunteers were sworn in by the Honorable Rosalyn Frierson.  Judge Frierson is also a member of the Pro Bono Program Advisory Council.

Training dates set for GAL/CASA but…

you need to submit an application before the training starts.  A great thing to do on Winter Break

Here is the link to the online application and other forms:

Don’t forget to submit a Volunteer Enrollment Form. This lets the Pro Bono Program know who is involved in making a difference in the lives of children