Sullivan Hill’s Involvement with The Community Law Project

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November 6, 2017 -

Sullivan Hill is actively involved with a variety of organizations and projects that support the communities in which we live. Our attorneys and staff donate their time and energy to give back to the people who need it the most. One such organization is The Community Law Project (“CLP”), run by California Western School of Law. CLP provides pro bono legal services to low income and indigent communities throughout San Diego County. CLP serves individuals who are homeless, disabled, immigrants, or otherwise without access to legal services. Sullivan Hill’s Insolvency and Commercial Bankruptcy practice group provides Chapter 7 bankruptcy filings at no cost to individuals who CLP deems deserving. Giving back to the community is important to us, and we appreciate the opportunity to participate with CLP.

If you have any questions about our involvement please feel free to contact Christopher V. Hawkins or Kathryn A. Millerick.

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