Florida’s Second Judicial Circuit Pro Bono Committee is hosting a free legal clinic to support the Big Bend community and answer civil legal questions and concerns.
Join over a dozen legal partners in the Second Judicial Circuit from 9 am-noon Saturday, Oct. 22, at FSU’s College of Law – Law School Advocacy Center for free legal consults, advice, and pro bono representation on just about every type of legal issue.
This event launches the National Celebration of Pro Bono week, bringing together all areas of law in an effort to serve our vulnerable populations.
Participating partners include Legal Services of North Florida, Florida Second Circuit Judicial Court, Bankruptcy Pro Bono Project, American Inns of Court, Bankruptcy Bar Association, Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Florida Government Bar Association, Leon County Clerk of Courts, Second Circuit Public Defender Jessica Yeary, Paralegal Association of Florida, Tallahassee Bar Association, Tallahassee Barristers, Tallahassee Women Lawyers, Legal Aid Foundation of Tallahassee, Tallahassee Veterans Legal Collaborative and Florida State University College of Law.
If you go
what: Second Judicial Circuit Pro Bono Committee Legal Clinic
when: 9 am-noon Saturday, Oct. 22
Where: Law School Advocacy Center 301 S Martin Luther King Jr Blvd., Tallahassee, FL Virtual Access: https://bit.ly/ProBonoOct22
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