LACBA Counsel for Justice
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Thursday, February 27, 2020 from 5-10 pm, Century City Chamber of Commerce Monte Carlo Casino Night. A portion of the proceeds to benefit Counsel for Justice. To register click here
Introducing LEAP: LACBA’s Entrepreneurial Assistance Program for Veterans
LACBA’s Veterans Legal Services Project announces an exciting new expansion to its services for veterans. Through LEAP, we will offer legal education and legal assistance to veteran entrepreneurs to aid with small business development.
The Veterans Project is teaming up with Syracuse’s Institute for Veterans and Military Families and Orrick to present a series of video workshops centered on common legal questions that arise in small business development. Click here to watch the first video in the series.
In 2020, LEAP will accept eligible graduates and alumni of Syracuse’s National Entrepreneurship Programs for Veterans, EBV (Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans) and V-Wise (Veteran Women Igniting the Spirit of Entrepreneurship) to assist disabled veterans and women veterans with navigating the legal needs of their businesses.
To learn more or to donate to a cause, click here.
Counsel for Justice brings together law firms, foundations, corporations, donors and volunteers in support of a more just LA. Together, we stand at the forefront of providing equal access to legal services in our community by raising funds and directly contributing at the frontlines of justice in four key areas: domestic violence, support of our veterans, immigration assistance and AIDS services.
With over 50 years of service as the charitable arm of the Los Angeles County Bar Association, our efforts have raised millions of dollars in giving and impacted hundreds of thousands of lives with better, more powerful paths to justice.
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