Published On: Thu, May 12th, 2016

Hunterdon County Bar Association’s “Law Day Roundtable”

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Date(s) - 05/12/2016
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Polytech Cafeteria Central Campus


Fifteen attorneys will share free legal information and answer questions from the public at the Hunterdon County Bar Association’s “Law Day Roundtable” on May 12, 2016.  This free community education event will take place at the Polytech Cafeteria Central Campus, 10 Junction Road in Flemington from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Attorneys will address topics on divorce, child support, domestic violence, immigration, employee rights, worker’s compensation, landlord/tenant issues, elder law/estate planning, bankruptcy, government benefits, education, school discipline, and municipal court/traffic

The Hunterdon County Bar Association is sponsoring this event to help county residents understand and learn more about legal issues that may affect them.  The participating attorneys, who are volunteering their time, include: Diana N. Fredericks, Mary Ann Bauer, Rosalyn Metzger, Kasia Zielinski, Robert Shanahan, Sharon Ransavage, Lauren Runza,
Sonia Frontera, Matthew Tavares, Carol Perez, Angela Arabia-Meyer, Martha Gonzalez, Shira Baron, Jessica Levin, and William Wolfson. “The Hunterdon County Bar Association recognizes that there are unmet legal needs in our community.  To address this problem, we hope to provide valuable information that may help families and individuals find a solution to their legal problem. We believe it is important to give back to our community in this way,” said HCBA President Haekyoung Suh, Esq.

The event is being cosponsored by United Way of Hunterdon County. Supporting the Hunterdon County Bar Association’s Law Day Roundtable is aligned with United Way’s mission to improve lives in the Hunterdon County community. “United Way believes that working with other community organizations to ensure access to important information and resources is important and we are pleased to be part of this Law

Day Roundtable,” explained Bonnie Duncan, United Way of Hunterdon County’s CEO. In addition to attorneys, representatives from local community support organizations will be in attendance to provide information on complimentary resources.

Light refreshments will be served, and child care and Spanish translators will be available.  No registration is necessary but it is appreciated. Contact United United Way of Hunterdon County at 908-782-3414 or email

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