The American Association for Justice launched Trial Lawyers Care (TLC) on September 24, 2001, the Monday after President Bush signed into law the legislation that created the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund. Trial Lawyers Care, also called "attorneys of mercy" was a commitment to represent potentially thousands of victims of the 9/11 attack and it required a great deal of hard work in a very short time.
Since it's inception in 2001, trial lawyers across the country have contributed their time, resources and energy to their communities through volunteer and charitable activities that serve the public.
If you would like to participate in TLC events, please contact Kaylyn Kardavani for more information.
This summer, Trial Lawyers Care is collecting items of need for Project 150 and Project 150 Reno. Both Project 150 and Project 150 Reno provides free support and services to homeless, displace and disadvantaged high school students. Please see the flyer below for a list of needed items and ship-to/drop-off locations.