Brad A. Brelinski named to Michigan Advocacy Program (MAP) Board of Directors

JACKSON, Mich. – Curtis, Curtis & Brelinski, P.C., the oldest law firm in Jackson founded in 1901, is pleased to announce that attorney Brad A. Brelinski was appointed by the Jackson County Bar Association to serve on the Michigan Advocacy Program’s Board of Directors. Brelinski began serving the statewide organization earlier this year. As part of his service, Brelinski also sits on the Jackson Advisory Board for Legal Services of South Central Michigan.

“I am humbled and honored to have been chosen by my law colleagues at the Jackson Bar Association to serve this important organization with a long history assisting those most in need in Jackson, south-central Michigan, and throughout this great state,” Brelinski said. “I look forward to the challenge of helping MAP and its affiliated service organizations continue to fulfill their missions.”

Brelinski is a partner in Curtis, Curtis, and Brelinski, a 115-year-old Jackson firm and a past president of the Jackson County Bar Association. He has been involved in providing legal services to those in need since first working with the Free Legal Aid Clinic in Detroit when he was a student at Wayne State University Law School.

The Michigan Advocacy Program, through direct legal help and statewide advocacy, provides access to the justice system for those who need it the most. MAP’s direct service components are Legal Services of South Central Michigan (LSSCM) and Farmworker Legal Services. MAP also provides administrative services to a number of independent statewide programs, including the Michigan Poverty Law Program; the Michigan Immigrant Rights Center; the Michigan Foreclosure Prevention Project; the Michigan Elder Justice Initiative; and the Michigan Legal Help Program.

LSSCM provides free legal services to very low income and senior persons in 13 counties in south-central Michigan, including Jackson.

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