Terrell • Hogan has always been a strong supporter of Jacksonville Area Legal Aid (“JALA”) with not only financial contributions, but also with time. JALA’s motto is “A Wealth of Justice For Those Who Have Neither,” which coincides with Terrell • Hogan’s goal of helping you overcome injustice by representing the injured as they seek justice.
Recently, Terrell • Hogan was one of the first law firms to achieve 100% attorney contribution participation in the Jacksonville Bar Association’s fundraiser for JALA – the 30/60 CHALLENGE FOR JALA. Similar to the ALS challenge, on achieving 100% participation, Terrell • Hogan challenged 3 other defense law firms, who defend State Farm insurance company to prove that they are indeed “like a good neighbor,” the State Farm slogan, by also obtaining 100% attorney contribution participation.
The past two Novembers, Terrell • Hogan has also provided pro bono assistance to our community through JALA by participating in Estate Planning Intake Night. During these intake nights, Terrell • Hogan attorneys met with low-income people who needed legal services such as a will, advance directives, or help with probate. This year, the Terrell • Hogan attorneys participating were Jim Terrell, Alan Pickert and Leslie A. Goller.
Terrell • Hogan Attorney Leslie A. Goller has served on JALA’s Board of Directors and as its President and continues to serve on the JALA Foundation Board of Directors. Leslie A. Goller also serves on the Board of Directors for Florida Legal Services, Inc., a statewide nonprofit organization also providing civil legal assistance to indigent persons who would not otherwise have the means to obtain a lawyer.