Lone Star Legal Aid Needs Volunteer Attorneys, Law Students and Community Partners!

2012 Volunteers Meet-n-Greet Flyer 

We want YOU!

 2012 Kick-Off Volunteers’ Meet-n-Greet!


Date:         Monday, January 9, 2012

Time:         10:00 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Place:        Lone Star Legal Aid

1415 Fannin

Houston, TX 77002

Lone Star Legal Aid’s

2012 Kick-Off Volunteers’ Meet-n-Greet


  • Do you want to gain experience or help less fortunate families?


  • Can you volunteer a few hours each week or month to help?


  • Are you a licensed attorney, an attorney awaiting bar exam results, a new law graduate, or a law student?


  • Are you a graduate student, an undergrad, even a high school student?


  • Are you a retiree, a stay-at-home parent, or anyone else who has some time to spare for volunteering?


  • We provide training, supervision, support, and equipment.


  • For attorneys, we provide malpractice insurance for cases you handle for our clients.


To meet us, learn more about what we do and how you can help, and to sign up to volunteer, please consider attending this special event.


                             Contact:   Linda Good



About Lone Star Lawyers for Lone Star Veterans
LSLA honors Texas veterans and service members by prioritizing their unique civil legal needs through our initiative, “Lone Star Lawyers for Lone Star Veterans”. We engage LSLA staff, community partners and pro bono attorneys to provide free legal services, advocacy and education to veterans and service members. LSLA is the fourth largest legal service organization in United States; we provide free civil legal services to low income individuals and families who have immediate civil legal needs but cannot afford an attorney. LSLA offers a broad range of free civil legal services to qualifying individuals, including family matters, child advocacy, education and civil rights, public benefits, health care access, consumer issues, home ownership, tenants’ rights, employment, estate planning, probate matters and disaster relief. LSLA serves one-third of Texas, its service area spans 76 counties throughout Texas and Arkansas and includes Fort Hood, Houston and Waco, regions which have high concentrations of veterans and military families.

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