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Bricks for the New Jersey State Bar Foundation

Lawrence Law is proud to support the New Jersey State Bar Foundation through the purchase of commemorative bricks to be installed on the New Jersey Law Center’s portico.

Jeralyn Lawrence, Founder of Lawrence Law and Trustee of the NJ State Bar Foundation, says “The Foundation does so much good for lawyers and citizens alike. It is my pleasure to support the Foundation’s mission and I look forward to seeing our name on the portico.”

Founded in 1958, the New Jersey State Bar Foundation has been dedicated to carrying out the charitable and educational endeavors of the organized bar, specifically the New Jersey State Bar Association. In 1988, when it moved to its current location at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick, the Foundation made a concentrated effort to expand its public education efforts. Today, the Foundation stands as a model for law-related education organizations across the country.

Believing that “informed citizens are better citizens,” the Foundation strives to educate everyone in New Jersey—from students to senior citizens—about their rights and responsibilities under the law.
Since 1987, when the New Jersey Law Center opened its doors, it has been a place for lawyers and the public to gather and learn about the law. The New Jersey Law Center serves more than 25,000 legal professionals and 15,000 members of the public onsite each year.

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