‘Ask a Lawyer’ free events Feb. 2 in Asheville and Hendersonville

Here’s the press release from the Roberts & Stevens Law Firm:

‘Ask a Lawyer’ Free Events in Asheville and Hendersonville

What: A panel of local attorneys will be available to answer legal questions to individuals for free. There will be attorneys representing a variety of practice areas available to talk to participants on a one-on-one basis. All members of the general public are invited and encouraged to come with legal questions.

When and Where:

Saturday, February 2, 2013, 10am-1pm at The Grove Arcade, One Page Avenue in Downtown Asheville, NC
and Saturday, February 2, 2013, 2pm-4:30pm at the Henderson County Public Library (Kaplan Auditorium), 301 North Washington Street Downtown in Hendersonville, NC

Sponsored by: The Young Lawyers Division of the North Carolina Bar Association

This is the fourth year the North Carolina Bar Association has offered this event in Asheville, and the second year it has been offered in Hendersonville. Last year the event was very successful with nearly 100 people attending.

“We’ve had a great deal of success with these events in the past, and are looking forward to continuing that success with this year’s events. We’ve got a wonderful group of volunteer attorneys lined up for both the Buncombe and Henderson County events. I encourage anyone who has a legal issue to stop by one of our locations.” says Stephen L. Cash, volunteer, organizer for Western North Carolina events and attorney at Roberts & Stevens Law Firm.

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