St. Louis Associate Luke Jackson has been elected to the Board of the Young Friends of Legal Services of Eastern Missouri (LSEM).
“We are excited to welcome these new members to our Board,” Board President Michael Cherba said in a release. “The enthusiasm and professionalism they bring will help increase our support of Legal Services’ mission to provide access to justice and free legal representation to the marginalized and under-served in our community.”
Jackson is a member of BCLP’s Class Actions and Commercial Disputes Practice Groups. During law school, he served as president of the student Veterans’ Advocacy organization; was the online editor for the Saint Louis University Law Journal; and a participant in SLU Law’s legal clinic providing pro bono legal services to the St. Louis area. Prior to law school, he worked as an electronic warfare specialist for the United States Air Force, where he received the Air Force Achievement Medal in recognition of his service.
Legal Services of Eastern Missouri has provided free civil legal help for low-income families for 62 years. In 2018, 30,000 people in 21 counties of eastern Missouri received services from four regional offices.
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