Lawyers Giving Back through the State Bar of Texas Care Program

As the founder of Hardison Law Firm in 1992, Adam Hardison has received board certification in cases relating to accidental injuries, negligence, wrongful death, and product liability. In addition to supporting the enforcement of essential safety laws with Hardison Law Firm, he also strives to demonstrate ethical conduct as a member of the State Bar of Texas.

In an effort to facilitate greater access to pro bono services and cultivate a community of service-minded professionals, the State Bar of Texas Pro Bono department has implemented the Care Campaign. Designed to remove unnecessary barriers from the process of providing pro bono legal aid, the Care Campaign focuses on the following areas:

1. Creating practical training programs which offer continuing legal education (CLE) credit and cover some of the most common issues faced by legal aid providers. These programs will be free of charge, provided that participants commit to pro bono work.

2. Connecting experienced professionals with pro bono lawyers to provide guidance and expertise, or to serve as a second chair if necessary.

3. Recognizing outstanding service from firms who report the most pro bono hours at the State Bar of Texas Annual Meeting.

4. Providing malpractice insurance, via the Malpractice Insurance Network Exchange, for Texas lawyers who accept pro bono or reduced fee cases through the program.

To learn more about the Care Campaign, visit http://www.texasbar.com.

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