La Raza Lawyers Association Announcements ~

* The 2018 Mario G. Olmos Scholarship Banquet ~

Thanks to everyone who helped make the 2018 Mario G. Olmos Memorial Scholarship Banquet a big success including all the students who submitted applications.</p>

<p> You may now make donations online.

The 2018 Memorial Golf Tournament

The 2018 registration form will be posted soon. Below is a link where you candownlink a copyof the 2017 Registration form. Golf Registration Form

*** ONLINE PAYMENTS ARE NOW ACCEPTED-

Payments for Reservations, Ads, and Sponsorships as well as tax deductible Donations to the Mario G. Olmos Scholarship Fund may now be made online on the Events Page at the following link - Reservations, Ads, and Sponsorship Online Payments and Donations

Membership Dues and Web Ads may be paid online on the Membership page at the following link - Dues and Web Ad Online Payments

**** COME VISIT US ON FACEBOOK-

See a slideshow of photos from the 2016 Olmos banquet, photos from the 2015 Red Mass, the 2015 Golf Tournament, and others at our Facebook page at the following link:

Fresno La Raza Lawyers Facebook Page

 

* Monthly Membership Meeting

General meetings are held every third Thursday of the month at noon at Los Panchos Mexican Restaurant and Cantina 1000 Fulton Mall - Fresno, CA 93721.

** LRLA's Central Valley Chapter By-Laws

Download By-Laws (requires Adobe Acrobat).

*** Become a 2018 LRLA Member Now!

Membership allows you to have your membreship information list on the Membership page of LRLA's Website and in the Olmos Banquet Program Booklet. For an additional fee, members can iinclude two areas of practice and a link to their web site with their web membership information. Members in private pracice may find this to be a useful means of advetising their practice.

For a 2018 Membership Application please visit our Membership Page by clicking here.

**** Seeking a Judicial Endorsement from LRLA?

Download the Questionaire and Application (requires Adobe Acrobat).

La Raza Lawyers Supports the C V's Pro Bono Project

Show your support and sign up to donate 10-50 hours of pro bono work through the Central Valley Pro Bono Project!

Click for Central California Pro Bono Project Website

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Millions of Californians are unable to access legal services, and it has been estimated that 200,000 of these persons reside in Fresno County. These numbers represent families with young children, persons with disabilities, veterans, victims of domestic violence and elder abuse, and seniors.