Monday, January 21, is Martin Luther King Day. This year, MLK Day commemorations will coincide with President Obama’s second inauguration; Dr. King’s bible will be used at President Obama’s public swearing-in ceremony. There are some similarities between the two, Dr. King and President Obama both received the Nobel Peace Prize, and Dr. King always stressed doing for others, he once said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: What are you doing for others?” Similarly, President Obama has been deeply involved in encouraging more Americans to pledge a commitment to serve others.
Many organizations observe MLK Day by providing valuable services in their communities. In fact, this year on MLK Day, St. Joseph County Public Library in association with the Volunteer Lawyers Network, Inc. will provide free legal advice to the public. If you or someone you know have legal questions, come to SJCPL Main Library on MLK Day, Monday, January 21, 2013. Bring your legal questions, concerns and documents to “Ask a Lawyer”. Attorneys from the Volunteer Lawyers Network will be available to give free legal advice. This helpful service could benefit you-not just in a financial sense, it could also provide peace of mind.
Attorneys from Volunteer Lawyers Network, Inc. will provide free legal advice to the public on MLK Day, at SJCPL Main Library, Monday, January 21, from 1:00-5:00 p.m.
The Volunteer Lawyers Network, Inc. and SJCPL are making an impact in the community on MLK Day, and throughout the year. How will you utilize MLK Day?