On October 6, 2021, Catholic Law third-year evening student Erhan Bedestani was featured in the Washington Council of DC Lawyers’ DC Pro Bono Week 2021 Profiles. The profile lauded Bedestani as a law student who leads by example—highlighting his 20-year career as an active service member in the U.S. Army and his work ethic as a law student who is passionate about pro bono work.
DC Pro Bono Week 2021 Profiles
Date: October 6, 2021
By: Lindsay Ayers
Erhan Bedestani – Law Student Leading By Example
“I am grateful for the opportunity CLADC provided me when it eagerly brought me into their organization. Moreover, CLADC provides additional education opportunities in support of its legal clinics to include additional probate training, records sealing, and client interviewing. These are invaluable. Our ultimate goal is not to be a great law student, our goal is to be a great lawyer and advocate for the clients we serve. To do this means not only working hard in our classes but also infusing real-world experiences into our academic training. Pro bono legal work is this real-world training under the skillful leadership and mentorship of an attorney. It has enriched my law school experience exponentially.”
To read the full profile on Erhan Bedestani, click here.