Palmetto Center for Women Honors Nelson Mullins' Norah Rogers
COLUMBIA, S.C. (March 22, 2016)–The Palmetto Center for Women has recognized Norah C. Rogers, pro bono coordinator at Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP, for her volunteer service in the community. The organization, formerly the YWCA of the Midlands, recognizes women whose outstanding achievements distinguish them as leaders and role models in the community.
In her role as the Firm’s Pro Bono coordinator, Ms. Rogers develops pro bono projects for the Firm’s lawyers and paralegals in addition to working with outside organizations to develop public service projects. She has been instrumental in the creation and development of the Wills for Heroes Project, HELP Homeless Legal Clinic, SC Guardianship Program, Lawyers 4 Vets Legal Clinic, and countless others. She has also served on boards for several charitable organizations.
Ms. Rogers has previously received national recognition for her outstanding volunteerism efforts, and she has also won the Nelson Mullins Lifetime Pro Bono Award.
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