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SU Law Center, Community Organizations Host Legal Resource Fair for Baton Rouge Community
A coalition of organizations including AARP Louisiana, AARP Foundation, Southern University Law Center, Southeast Louisiana Legal Services, and Louisiana Appleseed have joined forces to host a free Legal Resource Fair on Saturday, Sept. 30 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Southern University Law Center, located at 2 Roosevelt Steptoe Drive.
The event will offer valuable support and guidance to members of the Baton Rouge community who seek legal assistance and information on how to preserve their estate for future generations.
Attendees will receive one-on-one consultations with attorneys, and an estate planning presentation and a disaster preparedness informational are on the agenda.
"We are really excited about the Legal Resource Fair, and its impact on the Baton Rouge community," said Lorrianne Lucas, advocacy and outreach director for AARP Louisiana. “Our goal is to empower individuals with the knowledge and support they need to make informed decisions about estate planning and creating wealth for future generations.”
“Providing access and opportunity is the hallmark of the Law Center’s mission; therefore, it is vital that we offer beneficial legal resources that can aid our community in living productive lives and having the knowledge to build a prosperous legacy.” said Marla Dickerson, vice chancellor of Innovation and Strategic Partnerships and Initiatives at Southern University Law Center. “
Representatives from the host organizations will be present throughout the event, ready to assist attendees and address their legal concerns.
This event is free and open to the public; however, attendees are encouraged to pre-register to secure a spot for one-on-one consultations with attorneys.
Interested individuals can pre-register at https://events.aarp.org/LegalResourceFairBR.
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