For the fifteenth year in a row, Ankin Law Office participated in the Race Judicata, the primary fundraiser for Chicago Volunteer Legal Services (CVLS). The September 12th, 2019 race marked the 25th anniversary of Race Judicata. Nearly 5000 members of the Chicago legal community took part this year. Ankin Law Office was a proud sponsor of this year’s race and had a firm-high 33 people who got involved.
On September 18, 2019 Howard Ankin of Ankin Law Office and Margaret Benson, Executive Director of CVLS appeared on The Jam morning show to discuss the success of this year’s race as well as promote the mission of Chicago Volunteer Legal Services. (Watch the Interview) The two talked about how CVLS provides free legal services to over 3000 Chicagoans every year.
Race Judicata is a lakefront race with great music, delicious food and drinks, picturesque scenery along with Chicago’s most active and influential judges, lawyers, paralegals and other professionals. The event is a 5K Run/Walk and afterparty, benefiting Chicago Volunteer Legal Services Foundation in their mission to ensure that the law works for everyone.
With more than 50 years of experience, Chicago Volunteer Legal Services is the first and pre-eminent pro bono civil legal aid provider in Chicago. Thanks to over 2,400 volunteer attorneys CVLS provides the most comprehensive, efficient and cost-effective civil legal aid in Chicago. CVLS provides free legal services to those who can not afford legal help.
Ankin Law Office makes it a point to be involved in the Chicago community. The legal professionals at Ankin Law are proud to help the community and can often be found supporting races like Race Judicata, promoting local business’, providing legal advice at local events and participating in popular parades. For any case regarding personal injury, motor vehicle accidents, workers’ compensation, medical malpractice, social security disability, mass torts and class action, wrongful death and product liability, contact the Chicago injury lawyers today at 312-600-000.