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David Keller Trevaskis Esq.

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Pro Bono Coordinator

Pennsylvania Bar Association
100 South Street
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17101
United States

Company Description: Founded in 1895, the Pennsylvania Bar Association strives to promote justice, professional excellence and respect for the law; improve public understanding of the...   more
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  • Master's Degree , Education and background
  • masters degree , education
  • Master's Degree , Education
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David Keller Trevaskis, ...
www.palegalaid.net, 24 Sept 2014 [cached]
David Keller Trevaskis, Esq. Pro Bono Coordinator at the Pennsylvania Bar Association.
PBA Pro Bono
www.list.pabar.org, 17 Feb 2014 [cached]
For all pro bono questions, email PBA Pro Bono Coordinator David Keller Trevaskis at david.trevaskis@pabar.org or call him on his cell at (717) 571-7414.
Trevaskis has served as the PBA's first full-time pro bono attorney since 2001. In the 12 years since then some impressive numbers have been posted through the PBA's in-house pro bono efforts, including outreach that has touched almost 60,000 people with legal aid issues; more than 400 individuals and organizations being honored with pro bono awards; nearly 250 CLE programs having been conducted locally, regionally and across the state; and the securing of more than $500,000 in direct and in-kind support. Add in nearly three-quarters-of-a-million miles of travel and there has been a lot of activity out of an office that is staffed by a single full-time attorney and a half-time administrative assistant.
Although there was pro bono activity sponsored by the PBA prior to the October 2001[1], with the hiring of attorney Trevaskis as the PBA's first full-time pro bono coordinator pro bono received an increased emphasis at the PBA, with the formal creation, staffing and budgeting of a Pro Bono Office.
David Keller Trevaskis | LEAP-Kids
leapkids.com, 31 Aug 2014 [cached]
David Keller Trevaskis
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David Keller Trevaskis
David Keller Trevaskis, Esquire, is an attorney and former third grade teacher with a Master's Degree in Education and background in small business. He is the Pro Bono Coordinator for Legal Services for the Pennsylvania Bar Association (PBA), responsible for assisting local bar associations, legal services programs and other groups who offer pro bono legal services across the Commonwealth to help improve the access to justice for the neediest among us. Trevaskis is a frequent presenter across Pennsylvania on civic education, presenting topics as diverse as same sex marriage and rules from the kindergarten classroom to the corporate boardroom. He is recognized as a national expert in public education about the law. An Olweus certified bullying prevention trainer, Trevaskis views bullying through the prism of his legal training as a violation of basic human rights and sees bullying prevention education as an important element of the civic mission of the schools and the community at large. A Board Member of Physicians for Social Responsibility, Trevaskis is well aware of the health consequences of bullying behavior wherever it occurs.
Trevaskis is the recipient of the 1996 Philadelphia Bar Association's Leon J. Obermayer Education Award, a 2000 President's Award from the Pennsylvania Bar Association for the Project PEACE anti-violence program he developed and still coordinates, the Philadelphia Bar Association's Young Lawyer Division's 2002 F. Sean Peretta Service Award, and a 2004 Chester County Bar Association President's Award. In 2006, Trevaskis was the second recipient of the Compass Award for leading the way in citizenship education, an award first given to United States Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. During that same year, Trevaskis received the President's Citation from the Indiana Bar Association and the LEAP-Kids Lifetime Achievement and Mentor Award. In 2007, Trevaskis received the President's Award from the Delaware County Bar. Trevaskis was one of ten inaugural Gavel Award winners from Community College of Philadelphia in 2009. He earned Pro Bono Supervisor of the Year recognition from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 2010 and 2011 for his work with the Black Law Student Association's Project PEACE outreach and he was honored by Community College of Philadelphia in 2011 for his work with Wills for Heroes. Trevaskis was honored by the Glenside Rotary as a Paul Harris Fellow in 2011.
Trevaskis is married with two children and two grandsons.
LEAP-Kids - News
www.leap-kids.com, 1 Jan 2005 [cached]
David Travaskis, Esquire, Pro Bono Coordinator for the Pennsylvania Bar Association and founder of LEAP-Kids, trained Pepper Chapter participants, who then went into local middle schools and taught civics lessons.
LEAP-Kids - News
www.leap-kids.net, 25 Nov 2011 [cached]
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David Keller Trevaskis, Esq. LEAP-Kids Executive Director
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David Keller Trevaskis, Esquire, is an attorney and former third grade teacher with a Master's Degree in Education. He is the Pro Bono Coordinator for Legal Services for the Pennsylvania Bar Association (PBA), responsible for assisting local bar associations, legal services programs and other groups who offer pro bono legal services across the Commonwealth. Trevaskis is also the PBA's coordinator for public education about the law. Trevaskis produces annual "I Signed the Constitution" and Law Day lesson plan booklets for the PBA (six years worth of these materials are available on the PBA website). He has also been a leader in the PBA statewide mock trial competition, as a problem developer and program organizer, for most of its twenty one year history. Trevaskis is part of the leadership council for PennCORD (Pennsylvania Coalition for Representative Democracy), a coalition devoted to promoting the civic mission of schools in Pennsylvania under the auspices of Third Circuit Court of Appeals Judge and Pennsylvania First Lady Marjorie O. Rendell, the National Constitution Center and the PBA. Trevaskis is a member of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and American Bar Associations and served on the American Bar Association's Special Committee on Youth for Citizenship. Trevaskis is an active member of the ABA's Dispute Resolution Committee and is an original trainer in the ABA's Mediation Outreach Project to high school students.
Trevaskis serves as the Executive Director for Law, Education and Peace for Kids (LEAP-Kids), the Pennsylvania branch of a national network organized by the United States Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention to promote law-related education and civics (LRCE). LEAP-Kids, organized in 2001, is the successor to Temple-LEAP at the Temple University Beasley School of Law in this statewide LRCE leadership role. Trevaskis, both at Temple-LEAP and LEAP-Kids, has been Pennsylvania's LRCE director since 1993. He has created, developed, edited and produced a wealth of LRCE materials, including being the featured scholar on Cambridge Educational's Bill of Rights Video and its 20 tape series, Amendments to the Constitution. Trevaskis maintains a LRCE website at www.leap-kids.com that reflects his work in the field.
Trevaskis is the President-Elect of the Pennsylvania Council for Social Studies and has been the organization's recording secretary for the past six years. He was a two term Board member and he has been the Chair of the PCSS Law-Related and Civic Education Special Interest Group since 1989. Trevaskis was a training mentor and Board member for the Center for Research and Development in Law-Related Education and is an educational advisor to the National Liberty Museum. He helped draft the Pennsylvania Civics and Government Standards. Trevaskis coordinated the Pennsylvania Governor's Institute on Civics and Government in 1999 and the 2000 and 2001 Governor's Institute on Social Studies, and he has been the civics guru at those programs since then.
Trevaskis has taught at every level, from elementary school through law school. Through Bob Randall Associates, Inc., under the auspices of Gratz College, Trevaskis has taught more than 30 LRCE-based graduate classes, specifically designed for teachers, on mediation, We the People, character education, school law and sports law. Trevaskis has presented more than 2000 programs, ranging from short seminars to year-long courses, across Pennsylvania and around the nation on a wide range of topics including the ethics of pro bono, conflict resolution, juvenile justice issues, police-community encounters, sports liability, standards-based education, reading across the curriculum, alcohol, tobacco and other drugs prevention education, performance assessment, current cases before the U.S. Supreme Court and rules for the kindergarten classroom.
Trevaskis is the developer and original trainer for Project PEACE (Peaceful Endings through Attorneys, Children and Educators) that has brought peer mediation and conflict resolution education to nearly 500 schools in Indiana and Pennsylvania in partnership with each state's Bar Association and Attorney General. He has conducted numerous mediation showcases and has taught graduate dispute resolution at Arcadia College in his home community of Glenside, Pennsylvania. Trevaskis is the recipient of the 1996 Philadelphia Bar Association's Leon J. Obermayer Education Award, a 2000 President's Award from the Pennsylvania Bar Association for teaching law-related and civic education to children from kindergarten through high school, the Philadelphia Bar Association's Young Lawyer Division's 2002 F. Sean Peretta Service Award and a 2004 Chester County Bar Association President's Award.
Trevaskis is married with two children and one grandson
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