When Santa Claus needs a break from the icy chill of the North Pole, he trades in his sleigh and reindeer for a hammock and some plastic flamingoes in sunny Southwest Florida. In addition to working on his tan on Saturday, July 23, he paid a special visit to the foster families of the Children’s.
The Lee County Bar Association (LCBA) invites the public to attend Law in the Mall on Saturday, April 30 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Edison Mall in Dillards Courtyard. In its 23rd year, the annual event pairs volunteer attorneys with citizens to provide free legal advice, with no pre-qualifying or pre-registration necessary. In.
The Lee County Bar Association is pleased to announce the annual High School Mock Trial Competition, which it sponsors, was another outstanding success. Facilitated by Mock Trial Co-chairs Karla Campos-Andersen, Esq. and Indera Singh, Esq., Lee County Schools and dozens of volunteers serving as volunteer coaches and judges, competitions for Lee County and the entire Twentieth Judicial Circuit were.
The Lee County Bar Association (LCBA) was pleased to induct its 2016 Executive Council officers during a swearing-in ceremony at its monthly Membership Luncheon on Jan. 8 at the Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center in Fort Myers. New leadership was also installed for the LCBA’s Young Lawyers Division (YLD), and an initiative called LCBA.
The Lee County Bar Association (LCBA) invites the public to attend a special Pro Bono Awards Luncheon from 11 a.m. to noon on Friday, October 16 at the Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center in Fort Myers to celebrate its member attorneys who go above and beyond to serve the community. An impressive 51 lawyers.
The Pro Bono Committee of the Lee County Bar Association (LCBA) invites veterans, active military personnel, police officers and firefighters to receive free legal advice at a Veterans and First Responders Legal Clinic, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, October 3 at the Southwest Florida Military Museum and Library, 4820 Leonard Street in Cape.
Lee County Bar Association invests in the future by investing in kids As the Lee County Bar Association (LCBA) celebrates 66 years of service, its lawyers have reaffirmed their commitment to the younger members of the community by offering scholarships, hands-on learning activities, team building, civics education, recognition of educational excellence, career shadowing experience, mentorship.
The Lee County Bar Association (LCBA) recently held its annual Law Week Awards Luncheon, which honors outstanding law enforcement officers, one special educator and an exemplary citizen of our community. Law Week is held every year to coincide with Law Day in the United States to celebrate the U.S. legal system, which preserves the civil.
The Lee County Bar Association (LCBA) is proud to announce its communications program, consisting of its member magazine and a new electronic newsletter and website, has been awarded the prestigious Award of Distinction by the Florida Public Relations Association (FPRA) Southwest Florida Chapter during its 2015 Local Image Awards Event. The Award of Distinction was.
The Lee County Bar Association presented a donation of $24,418 to PACE Center for Girls of Lee County at its membership meeting on August 15. Sandy Stilwell, CEO of Stilwell Enterprises and Chair of PACE’s board, accepted the check on behalf of the organization from LCBA President John D. Agnew. Several PACE girls were also.