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The Call

Vol. E17, Number 13

updated: July 3, 2017

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Legal-aid groups seek to expand justice access through churches

By The Chattanoogan


CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (July 6, 2017) -- Legal Aid of East Tennessee, Tennessee Faith and Justice Alliance, Christian Legal Society and Chattanooga Gospel Justice Initiative are among those working together on a new effort to expand Access to Justice in Chattanooga through area places of worship.

One such partnership has been created with White Oak United Methodist Church in Red Bank.

A pro bono legal clinic will be hosted at the church on Tuesday, July 11. The partnership will also include legal issue training awareness for church leadership through the TFJA and pro bono legal clinics at the church.

Voluntary pro bono attorneys will be available to counsel on a wide variety of civil legal issues. 

 

Read the complete report at TheChattanoogan.com ...