Join Us | Dave Nee Foundation | A Starry Night Gala

Friday Evening | November 6, 2015 | Tribeca Rooftop

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Uncommon Counsel 2013

The Dave Nee Foundation's innovative and unique program, Uncommon Counsel, fights depression and works to prevent suicide among law students. Uncommon Counsel educates law students about depression, its prevalence in the legal profession, and the availability and effectiveness of treatment. This video highlights our work and impact in 2013.6

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Tyler C. Jarmillo Legacy Fund

The  Tyler C. Jaramillo Legacy Fund is now live and ready to take the next step towards promoting mental health awareness and encouraging wellness practices in the legal community. At the Dave Nee Foundation, we are grateful to Gregory Lamb for his commitment in the aftermath of losing Tyler to suicide to understanding the pressures law students face and how we can lessen those burdens. Thank you Gregory for being a friend and ally.

Tyler’s Fund will be used by the Dave Nee Foundation to  bolster our current and future programs, especially Uncommon Counsel.  The fund is envisioned as a legacy that honors Tyler’s dreams and ambitions of practicing law as well as her genuine caring and philanthropic nature. She dedicated herself to her ambitions, working tirelessly through law school and two attempts at the bar exam. Tragically, Tyler died by suicide after living silently with depression. PLEASE post, like, share, and Donate. Through partnerships with the Dave Nee Foundation and Razoo, all gifts are tax-deductible.