Nassau Bar Association Promotes High School Discussion of 225th Anniversary of US Constitution
Community, Charity & Cause, Local News, School & Education
By Long Island News & PR
Published: August 14 2017
Throughout the month of September, Nassau Bar volunteer attorneys will be available to discuss the birth of our democratic nation with high school students throughout Nassau County.
Mineola, NY - August 14, 2017 - September 17, 2017 marks the 225th anniversary of United States Constitution signed by delegates to the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, and subsequently ratified by a majority of the 13 U.S. states. Throughout the month of September, Nassau County Bar Association volunteer attorneys will be available to discuss the birth of our democratic nation with high school students throughout Nassau County.
"The Constitution is the very foundation of America's democracy and freedoms through the rule of law," said Nassau County Bar Association President Steven G. Leventhal. "NCBA attorneys are dedicated to serve the public as well as the profession. NCBA takes pride in inspiring respect for the law and the governing principles of our democracy. Our Speakers Bureau is an effective way to serve the public as well as the legal profession.
Each year NCBA's free Speakers Bureau receives dozens of requests from the community for attorneys to speak about the law. Attorneys generously volunteer their time to go out to speak on a variety of legal issues to a diverse group of audiences: high school classes, libraries, senior centers, business associations, community organizations and at community fairs. Many serve as panelists in NCBA public education seminars offered at Domus. To request a speaker, call the Nassau County Bar Association, 516-747-4070, or email@example.com.
About the Nassau County Bar Association
Founded in 1899, the Nassau County Bar Association is the leader in providing legal information and community service on Long Island. NCBA consists of private and public attorneys, judges, legal educators and law students who demonstrate their commitment to the community by offering a variety of services for the public, including lawyer referral services, free mortgage foreclosure, Sandy recovery and senior citizen legal clinics; judicial screening and public education programs. The Nassau Academy of Law provides the largest program of continuing education for the legal community. We Care, part of the Nassau Bar Foundation, NCBA’s charitable arm, assists children, the elderly and others in need, through countless projects and donations. For more information, call (516) 747-4070 (language translation available), email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit nassaubar.org.