Duquesne Law partners with Pitt and Pro Bono Center to offer wills clinic
Duquesne Law is teaming with Pitt Law and the Allegheny County Bar Foundation to offer a free legal clinic to help local residents prepare wills, power of attorney documents, and advance health care directives.
The clinic is scheduled for Sat., March 24, 2018, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., at the Jeron X Grayson Community Center in Pittsburgh's Hill District neighborhood.
Professor Tracey McCants Lewis, interim co-director of Duquesne Law's Clinical Legal Education Program and supervisor of Duquesne's Civil Rights Clinic and Pro Bono Program, is helping to organize the event with the bar foundation's Pro Bono Center. Duquesne Law students will help staff the clinic.
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