In honor of Law Day, established by President Dwight Eisenhower on May 1, 1958, as “a day of national dedication to the principle of government under law,” Berry Moorman P.C. and The Community House are co-sponsoring a free legal clinic for all citizens and businesses to meet with Berry Moorman P.C. attorneys from 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m. Sunday, May 2, 2010 at The Community House, located at 380 South Bates, Birmingham, Michigan. For more information, call (248) 644-5832.
Law Day, celebrated every year on or about May 1, is an opportunity for all Americans to reflect on the rule of law and the foundations of our legal system. It’s a time to celebrate the rich history of our judicial system and a time to consider its future in this rapidly changing world. Law in the 21st Century: Enduring Traditions, Emerging Challenges is the theme for Law Day 2010. Law Day 2010 provides us with an opportunity to understand and appreciate the emerging challenges that confront our world – and the law – in the 21st century, while reaffirming enduring legal traditions.
We encourage everyone to acknowledge the importance of our legal and judicial systems with appropriate ceremonies and activities, and to display the flag of the United States and our State of Michigan in support of this educational observance. We further encourage schools, businesses, media, religious institutions, civic, and service organizations to join us and all members of the bar and bench in commemorating Law Day.
The mission of The Community House, an independent, nonprofit organization established in 1923 and located in Birmingham, Michigan, is to offer relevant programs and services to help people in the metropolitan area improve and enrich their lives. The Community House does this by providing educational, social and cultural opportunities for people of all ages, interests and backgrounds. The Community House builds community by valuing diversity, connecting neighbors, and providing a gathering place for families, individuals and groups.
Berry Moorman P.C., founded in 1926, provides services to clients ranging from large corporations and nonprofit organizations to individuals in a number of key practice areas including family law, business law, federal and state taxation, labor and employment law, securities, estate and trust litigation, estate planning, international law, civil litigation, and healthcare regulations. Berry Moorman also maintains offices in Detroit and Ann Arbor, Michigan and has an affiliated office in St. Petersburg, Russia.