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2. Whitney Untiedt Puts the “Pro” in Pro Bono

2. Whitney Untiedt Puts the “Pro” in Pro Bono

Update: 2019-10-17
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In Episode 2 of NITA’s recognition of the National Celebration of Pro Bono here on the podcast, we are joined by Whitney Untiedt. Whitney is an attorney with Freidin|Brown in Miami, where she handles whistleblower and false claims actions, medical malpractice, and catastrophic injury cases. Previously, Whitney managed the national, firmwide pro bono practice at an AmLaw 100 firm and mobilized large-scale legal efforts in response to natural disasters, the unconstitutional incarceration of juveniles, and the immigration enforcement crisis. Whitney is also NITA program director and will join our Board of Trustees in January 2020.

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2:38 Why I volunteer for NITA 
5:03 Why public service matters
6:59 A volunteer experience that meant a lot to me
9:45 Signature “softball” 

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“My work as a volunteer faculty member is given back to the organization in honor of all those who came before me, every NITA faculty member, and participant who’s mentored me professionally, and everyone in the NITA family who’s offered to spent their time and their expertise to bring up the next generation of lawyer leaders.” Whitney Untiedt

Recommended Resources
Whitney Untiedt on LinkedIn
Freidin|Brown
Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC)
Catholic Charities of NYC – NITA Public Service Program
NITA Announces Co-Program Directors: Jayme Cassidy and Whitney Untiedt, Building Trial Skills Florida in March 2020
Attorney of the Year: Whitney Untiedt

Upcoming Teaching Engagements
Building Trial Skills: Florida

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2. Whitney Untiedt Puts the “Pro” in Pro Bono

2. Whitney Untiedt Puts the “Pro” in Pro Bono

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