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Attorney Joey Morris To Serve On The Alabama State Bar Pro Bono And Public Service Committee.

Attorney Joey Morris To Serve On The Alabama State Bar Pro Bono And Public Service Committee.

Joey Morris has been appointed by Alabama Bar President, Bob Methvin, to serve on the Alabama State Bar Pro Bono and Public Service Committee. Joey has been asked to serve on this committee to help promote programs and projects that will assist in improving access to justice for all citizens of the state of Alabama. In addition, this committee will focus on the need to identify and maximize funding resources to assist indigent and the poor and their need for legal assistance. Having previously served in different capacities in the local and state bar, including time as a bar commissioner, Joey looks forward to serving the Bar Association.

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