COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

The attorneys of Matthews Eastmoore are well-respected not only for our legal skills, but also for the work we do in the community. We believe lawyers, because of their access to the courts, their education, and their experiences, should strive to be leaders in their local, state, and national communities. Because of this, for over 25 years, our lawyers and staff have volunteered countless hours of their time to help others, to advocate for change, when necessary, and to ensure that professionalism continues to prevail in the practice of law.

Our lawyers have served as Presidents and as executive members of bar associations, as Chairs and members of boards of directors. We have served elected officials and work as counsel for governmental entities.

We strive to be living examples of the values of our profession: We treat the courts of justice, lawyers, and judicial officers with respect. We practice with integrity; we maintain the confidence of our clients; and we treat opposing parties and their counsel with fairness, and civility.

We are proud that our legal staff also embodies these values. They are leaders in their professional organizations and are often asked to present at local community colleges and high schools on the roles and responsibilities of legal assistants and paralegals. You will find them volunteering at mock trial competitions, organizing efforts to help those less fortunate, and generally spreading their kindness throughout the area.

Acts Of Kindness

Celebrating 25 Years of Business with 25 Acts of Kindness in 2017

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