The Evansville Bar Association is ready to provide your group with a speaker on a wide variety of legal topics that meet your needs. For example, a senior citizens group may require information on advance health care directives, options for estate planning, or preserving their financial assets. Neighborhood groups might ask for a speaker on zoning law or real estate issues, and a high school may ask for a speaker on laws that affect young people, such as law as a career, buying your first car, etc. Please fill out the form below, or call (812) 463.3201 if you would like to arrange for a speaker to visit your group.
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