FIRM RECOGNIZED BY MICHIGAN ADVOCACY PROGRAM AT 50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
November 4th, 2015
Contributor: Philip J. Curtis
Our lawyers and team members have a deep commitment to serving the community that has supported our law firm for over 100 years. One organization we are proud to support is the Michigan Advocacy Program, which includes Legal Services of South Central Michigan (LSSCM).
Attorney Phil Curtis volunteered as a board member and pro bono attorney for many years for the local Jackson office, and attorney Brad Brelinski currently serves as a pro bono panel member. Our firm contributes to LSSCM annually, and we encourage our colleagues in the legal community to do the same.
Curtis, Curtis & Brelinski's continued commitment to ensuring justice and fairness for all was recognized by the Michigan Advocacy Program at its recent 50th Anniversary celebration in October. Federal Judge Victoria A. Roberts and Michigan Supreme Court Justice Bridget M. McCormack were featured speakers at this exciting dinner celebrating the history and successes of the Michigan Advocacy Program and its predecessor organizations.
To read more about our commitment to the greater Jackson, Michigan community, please click here.
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