NCAJ-NCPBRC Co-Sponsor Drivers’ License Restoration Virtual Clinic

Tags: Pro Bono
August 02, 2021   |   Amber Nimocks

NCAJ is partnering with the North Carolina Pro Bono Resource Center to provide a Driver’s License Restoration Virtual Clinic. Attorneys and paralegals who are interested in volunteering will learn how to help those who have had their drivers’ licenses indefinitely suspended due to an inability to pay traffic fees and court costs. These suspensions often result in dire consequences for drivers and their families. 

During the clinic, volunteers will earn 1.0 hour of CLE- or CPE-qualified training and participate in a two-hour workshop. Participants will be trained to read driving records, identify the cause of a client’s license suspension from the DMV record and use the DMV record to create advice letters via template. The clinic will run from 9 a.m. to noon on Sept. 29. Find more on the program below and here. Register for the training here.