Legal Aid is a nonprofit, public interest law firm that provides free legal services to low-income Arkansans with civil legal problems across 31 counties.
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This Law Day, Legal Aid recognizes and awards the work of outstanding volunteer attorneys George Butler, Robert “Bobby” Coleman, Ray Nickle, Matthew Kezhaya, and University of Arkansas Law Student, Laura Edmondson. These pro bono public servants dedicate time and resources that help ensure low-income Arkansans receive equal access to legal services, often greatly improving the quality of life of clients. Legal representation and assistance has been proven to make a critical difference in case outcomes. This makes volunteers extremely valuable assets.