Pro Bono Opportunity Change Lives: Helping Juvenile Sex Offenders with Registration Relief

June 6, 2014
Multnomah Lawyer published the below article, in their June 2014 issue. The article is about the CLiF project and their efforts to recruit more attorney volunteers. Tonkon Torp attorneys Gwen Griffith and Vicki Ballou banded together in 2011 to create the CLiF Project, which stands for Changing Lives Forever. The article highlights the experience of Tonkon Torp environmental lawyer David Rabbino, who recently began working with CLiF and has already handled two cases.