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March 3rd, 2015
Dudley DeBosier will have several attorneys participate in the Baton Rouge Bar Association’s Thirst for Justice program on Wednesdays in March again this year. Thirst for Justice is a pro bono project that provides a free walk-in legal clinic. Two attorneys will be there tomorrow, and there will be DDB attorneys at the clinic for the rest of the month.
DDB is proud to provide support to the Baton Rouge Bar Association’s program. The firm’s attorneys have contributed legal counseling and advice to individuals through Thirst for Justice for a number of years now. Dudley DeBosier’s attorneys enjoy spending time with the public and giving back to the community with this project.
Attorney Peter Ellis has participated in Thirst for Justice before and is happy to devote his time to the project again this year. He believes that the support of Dudley DeBosier’s attorneys is very important.
Peter states, “Thirst for Justice gives our attorneys an opportunity to offer basic legal advice to members of the community who are confused about or unfamiliar with the area of law their particular issue involves. I find it rewarding to participate in Thirst for Justice whenever we have the opportunity.”
The Baton Rouge Bar Association’s Thirst for Justice program takes place at the St. Vincent de Paul Bishop Ott Shelter, located at 220 St. Vincent de Paul Street in Baton Rouge. The free walk-in legal clinic is available every Wednesday and Thursday afternoon from 3 to 5 P.M.
During this time of uncertainty, please know that we are here and ready to help.
If you’ve been injured, we can arrange a virtual meeting in order to start work on your case right away.
While COVID-19 presents a danger to our community, we will adhere to Louisiana State Law and Gov. John Bel Edwards's recommendations, and close our physical office. However, we remain fully operational, and we’ll continue to offer our services via telecommunications.
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