TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Brittany Sims on Oct 12, 2012

Four Chattanooga attorneys were inducted into the Legal Aid of East Tennessee’s (LAET) Pro Bono Hall of Fame yesterday during the group's second annual event. Honorees are Dick Critteau, Sam Elliot, Joe Simpson and Glenn Stophel, each of whom were honored for their work on behalf of indigent applicants in civil court cases. In announcing the awards LAET pro bono director Charlie McDaniel praised the example set by the four saying, "Not only do these lawyers accomplish a tremendous amount of good, they serve as an inspiration and as role models to younger attorneys who see that, at least in Chattanooga, the very best lawyers in the city do pro bono." Read the full article at the Times Free Press.