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Eleanor Hunt explains her pro bono work to The Daily Record
in Family Law, Estates & Trusts
May 3rd, 2018
Making pro bono work a priority is a personal endeavor for JGL senior counsel Eleanor A. Hunt. She recently shared this with a large audience at the annual Partners for Justice Conference hosted by the Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland. The Daily Record just published an article highlighting Hunt and all of the pro bono panelists at this event. Hunt explains that most of the pro bono work she does is “self-initiated,” and comes from referrals from people in public interest organizations with whom she has a personal relationship. “It’s a relationship,” Hunt said. “It’s a give-and-take, we can help each other.”
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Eleanor is an attorney in the firm’s Family Law practice, representing clients in issues such as divorce, adoption, child custody and visitation disputes, domestic violence proceedings and more. She also counsels individuals and families in estate planning issues such as wills, trusts, power of attorney, advanced medical directives and probate administration.