|Edderek "Beau" Cole |
Forman Perry Watkins Krutz & Tard
- The background, benefits and ethical underpinnings of Pro Bono Publico service for in-house and outside counsel;
- The need for increased public service by the bar in the face of declines in funding for pro bono publico services;
- The un-met needs of our underprivileged;
- The benefits to corporate clients from pro bono publico service by its in-house and outside counsel.
Ethics And Justice For All
Remembering the "Publico" Aspect of a Lawyer's Obligation to Provide Pro Bono Service
Edderek "Beau" Cole of Forman Perry Watkins Krutz & Tardy (Jackson, MS) has had first-chair involvement in more than 20 civil and criminal jury trials and over 50 bench trials in MS Circuit, County and Chancery Courts. Having successfully tried numerous auto negligence claims in some of Mississippi's most volatile venues, he is currently defending global lift manufacturer in catastrophic electrical burn lawsuit and prosecuting and defending a wide variety of domestic claims on behalf of indigent and underprivileged Mississippians. He performs Pro Bono work for the Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers Project and the New Life For Women Foundation, Inc.
0.25 credit hours in many states