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USC School of Law Bringing Mobile Law Clinic to Union

Daniel Prince

Limited appointments available through the Union County Carnegie Library

The University of South Carolina School of Law will be rolling into Union on April 8 aboard their custom 43’ bus, the Palmetto Leader. The bus will be at the Union County Carnegie Library at 300 East South Street in Union from 10-2 on Friday, April 8. During the visit, a team of volunteer attorneys assisted by USC law students will prepare and execute simple wills and health care powers of attorney. The documents will be provided for free to those who are screened for income eligibility and who make an appointment. The income requirement is based on 200% of the federal poverty level. For screening and to make an appointment, call the library at 427-7140. Space is limited.

In addition to the appointments, members of the public who have a legal question and would like a free, brief consultation with an attorney may simply drop by the bus. No appointment will be necessary for that.

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