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  School of Law–Camden 2009–2011 Faculty, Staff, and Administration Eve Biskind Klothen  

Eve Biskind Klothen

Assistant Dean for Pro Bono and Public Interest Programs. Dean Klothen earned her undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan in 1972 and her J.D. from the Vanderbilt University School of Law in 1975. She is a member of the Georgia, Ohio, and Pennsylvania bars. After graduation, Dean Klothen became a staff attorney and subsequently managing attorney for Georgia Legal Services. She then went to Washington, D.C., to become a federal agency fraud litigator. Most recently she served as the founding director of Philadelphia Volunteers for the Indigent Program and director of the Philadelphia Bar Foundation, both of which have been honored with national and state awards. Other professional activities include appointments to the Civil Justice Advisory Committee for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania U.S. District Court and membership, with a year as chair, on the University of Pennsylvania Law School Public Service Advisory Committee. Dean Klothen, who has been a consultant for the American Bar Association, has been recognized for her work with the Excellence Award from Pennsylvania Legal Services, Pro Bono Coordinator of the Year Award from the National Association of Pro Bono Coordinators, the Equal Justice Award from Community Legal Services in Philadelphia, and the Outstanding Service Award from the Pennsylvania Bar Association. Her pub­lications include "Building the Ethic of Public Service--Penn Law School's Mandatory Public Service Program Completes Its Fifth Year" (The Philadelphia Lawyer, 1996); "Why Pro Bono? Why Us? Why You?" (Younger Lawyers Section, Pennsylvania Bar Association Newsletter, 1988); "Nowhere Else to Turn," a documentary on the need for legal services in Pennsylvania, 1988; and "In the Child's Best Interest...A Guide to Custody Proceedings," a documentary for pro se custody litigants, 1992.
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