Bluestone Country Club
711 Boehms Church Road, Blue Bell, PA
7 a.m. Continental Breakfast & Warm-Ups
8 a.m. Shotgun Start
All proceeds from this year's Golf Classic will directly benefit LASP, and a portion or all of your commitment may be tax-deductible. Be sure to bring your staff, clients, friends, family and neighbors as this year's event promises to be nothing short of...a true Classic!
Sponsorships are available, starting at $250. Raffle tickets also are available. For more information: http://bit.ly/LegalAidGolf2018-Sponsorships_Raffle.
Individual players: $275; young lawyers: $175. To enjoy breakfast/lunch only: $50. Pre-registration is requested: http://bit.ly/LegalAidGolf2018_Golf_Dine.
Special thanks to Montgomery Bar Association, Montgomery Bar Foundation, and presenting sponsor High Swartz!
LASP co-sponsored a Delaware County expungement clinic on Jan. 15, 2018 as part of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. The event, at Yeadon Public Library, was held in partnership with State Sen. Anthony Williams and State Rep. Joanna McClinton, and the Chester Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta. Staff attorney Erica Briant noted that 24 people attended, with LASP opening up 14 client files. The other attendees were over income or their records were ineligible for service, but all received a review of their records and pro se information.
A "Light the Courthouse" ceremony closes the first Town Meeting on Domestic Violence & the Courts, held Oct. 3 at Montgomery County Courthouse, Norristown.
In honor of Domestic Abuse Awareness Month, LASP staff attorney Beverly Boyle and paralegal Liliana Ventura joined professionals from Montco's Domestic Violence Legal Network (DVLN) at a town meeting. The Oct. 3, 2017 event outlined services available to victims. Speaking on the panel, Boyle noted that LASP helps domestic abuse victims obtain Protection From Abuse orders (PFAs) and can also help clients under Pennsylvania's 2015 law, the Protection From Sexual Violence and Intimidation Act. Victims and friends/family of victims shared their stories. They observed that educational programs on "what a healthy relationship looks like" were missing from their experiences as students. School assemblies on the dangers of drunk driving, drugs and other issues did make a difference, they said, and they encouraged schools to teach about healthy relationships through health classes and school presentations. Moderated by Joel Bernbaum, Esq., the town meeting also addressed: * Procedures of the Montco Prothonotary's Office and Sheriff's Dept. * Improvements in Norristown Police Dept. procedure in addressing domestic violence calls in the last 11 years. * Friends of the Court volunteer program, implemented by Hon. Kelly C. Wall, Administrative Judge for the Family Division of Montco's Court of Common Pleas. * Assistance to victims from Women's Center of Montgomery County. * Help offered to victims through Laurel House and DART (Domestic Abuse Response Team).