Community Outreach at Powers Landreth, PLLC
One of the founding principles of the firm, in addition to providing sound legal advice, is a longstanding commitment to giving back to the community through personal outreach, service and dedication to the organizations and people we serve.
We believe the practice of law should be:
- First, a Vocation
- Second, a Profession
- Third, an Occupation
We consider it an honor to serve as lawyers in court. We consider it a privilege to serve our communities outside court. – Bill Powers
It may surprise you that many lawyers go to law school because they want to help people; they want to make a difference; they want to serve the community; and, they want to protect the “little guy” against what occasionally seems like an overwhelming legal system.
Whether promoting the Legal Profession and Continuing Education of Lawyers, serving on committees or boards in the State of North Carolina and for professional associations, the staff of Powers Landreth, PLLC are all about helping people. In fact, our telephone number is: 704-342-HELP.
We encourage our attorneys and staff to donate their time, talent and resources to the Community – Bill Powers
Community Outreach is what we consider a “Best Practice” for a successful, happy and fruitful life in the practice of law. Helping others, both in good times and bad, that is our Vocation, our Profession and our Occupation.North Carolina Advocates for Justice NCAJ
Founding Partner, Bill Powers, is the was the 2016-2017 President of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice. Bill has been active in NCAJ serving on the Executive Committee, teaching Continuing Legal Education, hosting CLE as Seminar Chair and as a Board of Governor.
NCAJ is a non-partisan association of Legal Professionals dedicated to protecting people's rights through community, education, and advocacy – Bill Powers
Within an 2016 Publication by U.S. News and World Report, Bill Powers took the opportunity to share his involvement with the North Carolina Advocates for Justice and NCAJ's dedication to helping people: