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DaytonCREATE catalyst Drew Fuller (updayton.) featured in Dayton Business Journal

Demand high for pro bono work
Dayton Business Journal – by Mary Beth Lehman DBJ Staff Reporter

Drew Fuller, a lawyer with Dayton-based Sebaly Shillito and Dyer, has made it his mission to give back by doing pro bono work for clients who cannot afford legal services.

Working with an elderly woman who could not afford an attorney, Drew Fuller worked pro bono to assist her in getting custody of her grandchildren, and saving them from a bad situation.

“I feel most fulfilled when the people feel less intimidated by the legal system,” Fuller said.

When Fuller became a lawyer, he made it his mission to give back. Since becoming an associate with Sebaly Shillito and Dyer, he has been involved in pro bono work, logging upwards of 50 to 75 hours a year. He also conducts monthly workshops with the Greater Dayton Volunteer Lawyers Project, Dayton’s pro bono organization, offering legal assistance to clients who cannot afford it.

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