Reinisch Wilson Weier PC Workers' Compensation Defense and Employment Law

Join us at Race for Justice

By Reinisch Wilson Weier PC, Jun 10, 2016

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Join the Firm’s Team Rhino for the 2016 Race for Justice, a benefit for the St. Andrew Legal Clinic.

The race supports the mission of the Clinic by assisting families with what is often the most emotionally and financially challenging times of their lives. With St. Andrew Legal Clinic’s legal representation, families remain financially stable. Each St. Andrew Legal Clinic client is provided quality representation and guided through a complex legal process with compassion and support. All clients of the St. Andrew Legal Clinic pay a reduced fee for the services they obtain, which helps donations go further.

When: Saturday, June 18

Race time: 10:00 AM

Location: Madeleine Parish, 3123 NE 24th (at Freemont) See www.salcraceforjustice.org

Generous community support has played a significant role in the Clinic’s ability to defend the rights of disadvantaged families by supporting facility, staff and program expansion. St. Andrew Legal Clinic doesn’t receive any sort of government funding so the clinic depends on grants, donations and client fees to maintain its ability to defend the legal rights of the low to moderate income community.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER — join “Team Rhino”!

CLICK HERE TO PLEDGE – help us reach our goal of $1,500!

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About St. Andrew Legal Clinic

In the past 36 years, St. Andrew Legal Clinic has helped more than 55,000 people in our region persevere through times of domestic crisis and uncertainty. Many cases involve domestic violence prevention and resolution of child custody and support issues. Clients pay on a sliding scale based on their income, but to a great extent SALC is a community-supported non-profit law firm that relies on donations to bridge the gap. In its 15-year history the Race for Justice has raised more than $1.5 million from our friends in the legal and corporate community.

 



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