Louis A. Martinet Legal Society, Inc.

The Louis A. Martinet Legal Society is the result of the efforts made by Earl J. Amedee; Israel M. Augustine; Louis Berry; Lionel Collins; Robert F. Collins; Niles R. Douglas; Norman C. Francis; Benjamin J. Johnson; Alvin Jones; Vanue B. LaCour; Ernest N. Morial; Justice Revius Ortique, Jr.; J. T. Powell; James Smith; A. P. Tureaud; Freddie Warren and Lawrence Wheeler in seeking to combat the racial injustices and inequalities that existed in the 1950′s. It was during this tumultuous time that Jim Crow dominated every aspect of African-American life and African-American attorneys were barred from participating in the mainstream of the nation’s legal profession. They organized not only for professional support, but to focus their skills and training to combat Jim Crow not just in the streets, but in the courtrooms as well. [more]

Updates

General Body Meeting at 5:30 p.m. and CLE Legislative Update at 6:00pm on August 28, 2014. This CLE has been approved for 1 CLE credit hour 

(**Free CLE for paid Martinet members**)

Meeting/CLE sponsored by Kean Miller at 5:30 pm in their conference room, located at 400 Convention Street, Suite 700 in Baton Rouge.

FREE CLE!!
Register TODAY

Family and Criminal Law
Domestic Violence CLE

Friday, August 22, 2014
12pm-1:30pm

** Approved for 1.5 hours of CLE by the LASCMCLE

 

Martinet Pro Bono Program

Our Pro Bono Program has accepted over 70 pro bono cases this year. Through the hard work of our attorneys, we have closed over 65% of these cases to Judgment! If you are interested in accepting pro bono cases, please contact Rolando Urbina at Urbinarolando@aol.com.

 

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