The 2015 battle for the Collins Barrow Cup took place Sunday, June 7th at Timberlane Athletic Club in Aurora.
This event is co-hosted by Howie, Sacks & Henry and Paliare Roland. Over the past three years, this event has raised over $30,000 benefiting Pro Bono Law Ontario, Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital and Tennis Canada’s Tennis Matters for Kids program.
All proceeds for this year’s event will go to Pro Bono Law Ontario
Congratulations to our Champions and Finalists:
A Flight Champions: Mitch Schachter and Dr. Michael Kreidstein
A Flight Finalists: Jason Katz and Paul Pearl
B Flight Champions: Courtney Kazembe and Les Woloszak
B Flight Finalists: Carlos Pimental and Kyle Lee
Thank you Sponsors
- Beverlee C. Melamed and Associates Inc.
- Galit Liffshiz & Associates
- Rehab Results Inc.
- Samis & Company
- AIIM Group (printing)
- Alexa Translations
- Cooper Mediation Inc.
Proceeds from this year’s tournament will go to PBLO.
Pro Bono Law Ontario is a charity founded in 2001 to bridge the justice gap between lawyers who want to give back and the many Ontarians who can’t afford legal services and have a legal problem not covered by government funding. PBLO creates and manages volunteer programs that connect these lawyers with low-income Ontarians–either directly or in partnership with charitable organizations working in the local community. Through this work, PBLO has emerged as the legal profession’s only organized volunteer response to unmet legal needs. The result is that PBLO serves over 14,000 clients each year who have nowhere else to turn. The demand for these services increases each year.
To those it helps, PBLO may mean the difference between shelter and homelessness, economic stability and bankruptcy, food on the table and hunger. PBLO’s coordination of the delivery of volunteer legal services is an important service to the legal profession. It addresses barriers to lawyer participation in pro bono activities, and promotes a pro bono culture within the Ontario legal profession. PBLO, as an organization, is an effective vehicle through which the legal profession can give back to the community.
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