Courthouse Dog “Speaks” at LLOPS Meeting

By , November 4, 2013 9:03 am

by Grace Feldman 

If you missed the LLOPS meeting last week, this blog post (and its embedded cuteness) may serve as consolation.

Molly B (a Courthouse Dog) with LLOPS member, Mary Whisner

Molly B (a Courthouse Dog) with LLOPS member, Mary Whisner

Foster Pepper hosted the meeting and invited Celeste Walsen, DVM and Ellen O’Neill-Stephens, JD of the Courthouse Dogs Foundation to speak to LLOPS members with their courthouse dog, Molly B.  Their presentation covered how Ellen O’Neill-Stephens came up with the Courthouse Dogs Foundation and its touching impact across the country and beyond!  The Courthouse Dogs Foundation was recently nominated for a HiiL ( Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of Law) Innovating Justice Award – winners will be announced next month!  If you’d like to learn more about the Courthouse Dogs Foundation, visit their Facebook page and check out their website for more information!

Molly B with Courthouse Dogs Foundation founder, Ellen O’Neill-Stephens

Molly B with Courthouse Dogs Foundation founder, Ellen O’Neill-Stephens

If you’re still dying for more Courthouse Dogs (and who wouldn’t be?), consider attending the 2013 International Courthouse Dogs Conference in Seattle on November 8!

One Response to “Courthouse Dog “Speaks” at LLOPS Meeting”

  1. Brenna Louzin says:

    Thanks for the write-up and lovely pictures.It was terrific to have such a large turnout and so enthusiastic an audience. I think Molly B helped all of us to destress from our jobs, if only for an hour.

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