Lawyers in Libraries- St. Mary Parish

  • Bar Association
  • Clinic

“Lawyers in Libraries” events provide the public with free limited legal services from attorneys across the state. Included below are several resources created by the LSBA Access to Justice Program to assist Bar members and library staff in providing this much-needed service.

Attorneys are asked to provide 15-minute individual “Ask-a-Lawyer” sessions, allowing patrons to ask questions about civil legal issues in a one on one setting, and receive brief legal advice and/or a referral for additional help. Alternatively, attorneys may provide workshops on specific topics (i.e. divorce, estate planning, etc…) in a classroom setting without providing individualized legal advice. The type of service provided will vary by location depending on local need, and attorneys’ practice area and preference. Library staff commit to promoting and hosting the event, and possibly scheduling appointments in advance.

Volunteer Attorney: Adolph B. Curet III/ Supple, Cremaldi & Curet LLP

Event Type:
Ask a Lawyer

  • Contact:
    Louisiana State Bar Association
    (504) 566-1600