Lansing Member-In-Charge Charley Lawler Recognized by State Bar of Michigan
The State Bar of Michigan has recognized Lansing Member-In-Charge Charley Lawler for his extensive pro bono service over the past year.
By providing more than 30 hours of pro bono service to clients, Lawler has been named to State Bar’s Honor Roll.
“Given the challenges that many people faced throughout the past year, it only felt right to provide pro bono help as much as I could,” Lawler said. “I appreciate this recognition from the State Bar and congratulate the other honorees on their service.”
Lawler provided pro bono assistance with litigation cases involving oppressed tenants in landlord-tenant issues. He helped several tenants collect money from their landlords through district court judgments.
Lawler helps clients manage their business interests and in civil and commercial litigation proceedings inducing bankruptcy, real estate, creditor’s rights, property tax, and construction matters.
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