The Montgomery County Bar Association has awarded Flynn Mozingo, a very good lawyer with Melton, Espy & Williams, with the Pro Bono Award. Flynn has been enrolled in the Volunteer Lawyers Program (VLP) since 2004. He has dedicated significant time to his current VLP case, which involves a client who has a very complicated probate matter that involves her great-uncle’s estate in Chicago and her mother’s estate here in Alabama.
In addition to volunteering his time to represent clients, Flynn is also very active in publicizing the Bar’s pro bono work, serving on the State Bar’s Pro Bono Week Task Force since 2011. Flynn served as chair of the Sub-committee that presented a very successful poverty simulation in Birmingham, which received a lot of favorable coverage and wonderful reviews by the participants.
Lawyers in Montgomery recently participated in the nationwide Pro Bono Week Celebration. This annual celebration recognized the valuable work lawyers do throughout the year, without being paid, to represent those who cannot afford civil legal assistance. Without this pro bono service, these folks would have nowhere to turn for help. We commend Flynn for his service, and congratulate him on his outstanding commitment to upholding the creed of our profession, “Lawyers render service!”
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