THE HISTORY OF LAW DAY AND HYLA’S LAW DAY LUNCHEON
Law Day is a day upon which we celebrate the rule of law by underscoring how law and the legal process have contributed to the freedoms we Americans share. This day, created by President Eisenhower, is recognized nationally usually on May 1st, its official date, or during the first week of May.
In the spirit of Law Day, HYLA hosts an annual luncheon for the legal community. In addition to an address by a keynote speaker, the recipients of the Outstanding Young Lawyer of Houston Award, the Liberty Bell Award, and other awards are announced at this event.
INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING OR NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION?
If you would like to volunteer on the Law Day Committee or need additional information, please contact any of the Law Day Committee Co-Chairs listed below.
Meredith Clark, Co-chair
Nicole Voyles, Co-chair
HYLA/HYLF HOSTS ANNUAL LAW DAY LUNCHEON
Please join HYLA and HYLF as they celebrate Law Day with a luncheon on Monday, April 28, 2014 from 12 noon to 1 p.m. at the Four Seasons Hotel, 1300 Lamar Street. The reception/check-in will begin at 11:30 a.m. To share a table with a state or federal judge, a firm may purchase a table for ten (nine guests, plus a judge) for $550 before April 14, 2014; $650 after April 14, 2014. Individual tickets are available for $80 each. This year's keynote speaker is Chief Justice Kem Thompson Frost of the 14th Court of Appeals. For more information on the Law Day Luncheon or to purchase a table, please contact Meredith Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org or (713) 789-5112. Click here for the Law Day Luncheon reservation form.