Mercer University Law School honors legal services attorney

Phil Bond, the Managing Attorney for the Macon Regional Office of the Georgia Legal Services Program, will be honored at the Second Annual Celebration of ETHOS (“Extending the Hands of Service”) presented by Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law in conjunction with the Mercer University Law & Public Service Program on February 19, 2009.

This annual event raises funds to support stipends for law school students in unpaid public interest summer internships. Phil Bond is an alumnus of Mercer University School of Law and will be recognized for his dedicated service and career in the area of public interest.


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