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Hon. Tom Berning

Arizona Bar Foundation Donate Volunteer

Judge Berning is a leader in the legal aid community prior to becoming a judge for the City of Tucson court. He served as the Executive Director of Southern Arizona Legal Aid for numerous years and worked with William E. Morris Institute for Justice.

The legal help website www.azlawhelp.org receives hundreds of questions each month from individuals trying to navigate our legal system. Judge Berning answers numerous questions relating to housing and landlord/tenant issues each year to help individuals find the resources they need.

The work Hon. Berning has done with answering legal questions has helped countless Arizonans. Not only has he specifically helped hundreds through his direct answers to their legal issues, but the information he provides is posted online to help many others facing similar problems.




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She Said, He Said - Article #3 on Why Volunteer Recognition is Still Stuck in the 20th Century

Linda Llewellyn of Celebrate Volunteers (www.CelebrateVolunteers.com) and Barry Altland of Head, Heart and Hands Engagement Collective(http://HHHEngagement.com) team together to address one of the biggest “misses” in the Volunteer Engagement profession today—Recognition.  Through a series of blog articles, Linda and Barry will tackle the what, why and how that has led the profession to this leadership shortfall, and what we can collectively do about it to get this Recognition train back on the tracks.  Read the series to support your own professional development as a Leader of Volunteer Engagement (LoVE)!  

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Blog Article #2 - “What’s Holding You Back From 21st Century Recognition Strategy?” 

Recognition is a critical component to your volunteers’ engagement, and the impact volunteers generate for your Volunteer-Supported Organization (VSO).  Innovative volunteer Recognition practices are key to achieving high-quality results.  Knowing that, why are you still doing the same old, tired thing for volunteer Recognition when it’s not producing the results your organization desires?

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She Said, He Said—Article #1 on Why Volunteer Recognition Is Still Stuck in the 20th Century “So, What’s This Blog Series All About, Anyway?”

Linda Llewellyn of Celebrate Volunteers (www.CelebrateVolunteers.com) and Barry Altland of Head, Heart and Hands Engagement Collective (http://HHHEngagement.com) team together to address one of the biggest “misses” in the Volunteer Engagement profession today—Recognition.  Through a series of blog articles, Linda and Barry will tackle the what, why and how that has led the profession to this leadership shortfall, and what we can collectively do about it to get this Recognition train back on the tracks.  Read the series to support your own professional development as a Leader of Volunteer Engagement (LoVE)!  

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