Community Service and Charitable Giving
I strongly believe that people should have access to quality legal services, no matter their income or social status. However, despite our best efforts and the efforts of many other members of the Bar to accommodate clients with limited financial means, there remain those who can’t afford private legal services. Accordingly, we contribute to Legal Aid of North Carolina and the North Carolina Bar Association Foundation’s LANC Fund, both of which help provide quality legal services to low-income North Carolinians who would otherwise be unable to afford them.
We also contribute to several other charitable or non-profit organizations, including the Highway Patrol Chapter of the North Carolina Police Benevolent Association and the American Center for Law and Justice. The Highway Patrol Chapter of the North Carolina Police Benevolent Association is a non-profit organization that helps provide support to the families of officers who have fallen in the line of duty. The American Center for Law and Justice is a non-profit public-interest law firm dedicated to protecting 1st Amendment rights, specifically the rights of religious people to practice their faith freely.