Attorneys across Louisiana will participate in the Louisiana State Bar Association’s “Lawyers in Libraries” statewide ‘Day of Service’ on Thursday, October 23, 2014. Volunteer attorneys will provide the public with legal workshops and Ask-a-Lawyer consultations at public libraries in every parish in the state. The LSBA event is offered in partnership with the Louisiana Library Association as part of an ongoing initiative to deliver information and resources to the public at local libraries. The service will provide much-needed assistance to the public and highlight the hundreds of thousands of pro bono hours donated by LSBA members each year. This ‘Day of Service’ also supports Louisiana’s participation in the National Pro Bono Celebration Week which occurs this year from October 19-25, 2014.
Erik L. Burns, APLC, whose practice areas focus on Personal Injury, Criminal Defense and Family Law, is proud to announce we are participating in this worthy cause, and will be in the Livingston Library at 9:00 a.m. on Thurs. Oct 23rd.
If you know anyone who may benefit by attending the Lawyers in Libraries event, please share this article. An appointment with Erik L. Burns can be arranged by contacting Sarah Colombo at firstname.lastname@example.org.