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Service as Chapters

Each chapter within the Law Society is encouraged to be involved in some form of service. Of primary importance is service that is best provided by those with legal training. This might include service to those who, because of economic circumstances, are denied relief which access to legal process might provide. Service at the chapter level might also include working with other non-profit organizations, service through and to local bar associations or community outreach that defends religious liberty, sustains the rule of law and builds goodwill among legal practitioners.

A simple matrix to help your chapter organize some kind of public service within your community can be retrieved here.

Finally, the service experiences of chapters around the world can be reviewed here. Chapter leaders can also contact their area directors for more information and ideas.