Expungement Clinic Lawyers Donate Over $12K in Legal Services
Attorneys from Butler Snow, Bradley, Baker Donelson and Adams and Reese participated in an expungement clinic at Belmont School of Law on Friday as part of the Capitol City Challenge. Attorneys and Belmont Law students were welcomed by TBA Vice President Ed Lanquist and Davidson County Criminal Court Clerk Howard Gentry. Attorneys, students, and representatives from the clerk’s office then assisted clients in filling out and filing expungement paperwork. The clinic was sponsored by the Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands. Over $12,000 in legal services were donated during the clinic.
Belmont Law students with Belmont Law’s Public Interest Coordinator Alix Rogers (fourth from left) and TBA Vice President Ed Lanquist (fifth from left)
Employees from the criminal court clerk’s office
Expungement Clinic participating attorneys