What is Charlotte Triage?
Charlotte Triage is a state and nationally recognized volunteer recruitment program that collaborates with Charlotte Center for Legal advocacy and Legal Aid of North Carolina-Charlotte to bring the Charlotte-Mecklenburg community together and address some of the most critical legal problems impacting economic mobility in the county.
Driver’s License Restoration and Suspension in North Carolina
Through our Community Redevelopment Project, Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy helps low-income N.C. residents who qualify to restore their driver’s license and return to driving legally. As a volunteer with the driver’s license restoration project, you will learn about the driver’s license restoration process, types of common suspensions, and how to draft advice letters for clients.
Who: Lawyers, paralegals, and other legal professionals.
When: October 1st, 2020
Where: Register via eventbrite
1 in 7 North Carolina residents have a suspended driver’s license. Without the ability to legally drive to school or work, people with suspended licenses face significant barriers to employment, education, and opportunity. Taking on a restoration case can provide paths for clients to return to the road, maintain family security and economic stability.
Leigh Wicclair, Senior Attorney, NC Pro Bono Resource Center
Max Swindle, Associate Attorney, Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP