The Texas Tech University School of Law and the Lubbock County Bar Association hosted the first Community Law School for the Lubbock area. The Saturday classes were from 9 a.m.-noon Saturday afternoon in the Lanier Auditorium in the Texas Tech Law School at 1802 Hartford Ave.
Saturday's classes included Health Law, Social Security and Employment Law. More will be held in the future:
9 a.m. Divorce; Anna McKim; Field, Manning, Stone, Hawthorne & Aycock
10 a.m. Protective Orders; Neal Burt; Civil Division Chief, District Attorney's Office
11 a.m. Child Support; Shelly Horton; Texas Attorney General's Office, Child Support Division
9 a.m. Wills, Probate and Alternatives to Wills; Jack McCutchin; Crenshaw, Dupree & Milam
10 a.m. Living Wills, Powers of Attorney, & Advanced Directives; Michelle Dodd; Field, Manning, Stone, Hawthorne & Aycock
11 a.m. Guardianships & Alternatives to Guardianship; Terry Hawkins, Law Office of Terry Hawkins; Colleen Elbe, Disability Rights Texas
The classes are free and an American Sign Language interpreter will be available. For more information or to request accommodations, call Denette R. Vaughn, senior attorney, at (806) 765-7794.