Law Day

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2016 Law Day Legal Aid Clinics

Ask a Lawyer for FREE!

On Saturday, April 30, 2016, attorney volunteers will answer your legal questions for FREE at the fifth annual Law Day Legal Aid Clinics.

You're invited to attend the free legal aid clinics where you can sit with an attorney one-on-on and ask your questions in the following areas:

  • Divorce & Child Support
  • Immigration
  • Wills & Trusts
  • Bankruptcy & Foreclosure

Here's the information you'll need:

WHAT:

 

2016 Law Day Legal Aid Clinics

WHEN:

 

Saturday, April 30, 2016 

TIME:

 

9 a.m. to 1 p.m. [On-site registration runs through 12:30 p.m.]

WHERE:   State Bar of Arizona (Map) 4201 N. 24th Street Phoenix, AZ 85016

-OR-

Glendale Community College (Map) 6000 W. Olive Avenue, Glendale, AZ 85302

HOW:  

The clinics are FREE. Availability is limited and early arrival is encouraged.

WHY: 

 

The legal aid clinics are offered by the State Bar of Arizona to provide access to justice to members of communities across the state in celebration of Law Day. Attorney volunteers offer their time and expertise in an effort to provide reliable legal advice.

The State Bar of Arizona offers its sincerest apprecation to member attorneys and our community partners ABC15, Univision Arizona, and Glendale Community College.

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For more information or if you would like to volunteer, contact Alberto Rodriguez at alberto.rodriguez@staff.azbar.org or 602.340.7337.

2016 Partner Logo Farm With Az Bar 


 

About Law Day

Each year on May 1, the United States celebrates Law Day. Originally proposed by the ABA, in 1958, President Dwight D. Eisenhower proclaimed the first Law Day to strengthen our country's heritage of liberty, justice and equality under the law. It was made part of the U.S. Code as Public Law 87-20 on April 7, 1961. The concept was to recognize the importance of the rule of law and both its effect and structure in our country. Over the years, legal and civic organizations nationwide have used these general ideas to develop educational programs for the public.

 



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