Talk to lawyer for free on Saturday, April 30th

Talk to lawyer for free on Saturday, April 30th

Chicago, Illinois (April 12, 2015) — The Chicago Bar Association (CBA) Lawyer Referral Service
and the Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA) will host a special Law Week Call-A-Lawyer program
on Saturday, April 30, 2015, from 9 a.m. to Noon. Volunteer attorneys will give free legal advice over the phone to Chicagoland residents who call (312) 554-2001.

Callers may explain their situations to an attorney who will then suggest self-help strategies to resolve their legal issues. If callers need further legal services, they will be advised to see their own attorney or, if they wish to hire a lawyer, to contact the CBA Lawyer Referral Service (LRS).

The LRS has over 300 prescreened, qualified lawyers experienced in almost every area of law.
Meeting the American Bar Association’s Standards for Lawyer Referral, the service has some
of the highest experience requirements for its member attorneys in the entire nation.

When contacting the LRS during normal business hours, callers can be referred to attorneys practicing
in over 40 different areas of law including:

Domestic Relations (including divorce, custody, support and other family law matters);
Personal Injury (including auto accidents, slip and falls, products liability, wrongful death,
malpractice and other types of injury cases);
Estate Planning (including will drafting, trusts, probate and will contests);
Real Estate (including buying or selling real estate, foreclosure defense, and landlord
tenant issues);
Employment Law (including wrongful termination, harassment and discrimination); and
Numerous other areas of law.
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About the Chicago Bar Association Founded in 1874, The Chicago Bar Association is one of the largest
and oldest municipal bar associations in the United States. With 21,000 members, the CBA serves the
profession and the public through a variety of education, charitable and service initiatives.
(The Chicago Bar Association)

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