Bradley is pleased to announce that Lillie A. Hobson, an associate in the firm’s Montgomery office, has been elected to serve a two-year term as a member of the Montgomery County Bar Foundation Board of Directors.
Ms. Hobson recently was recognized with the Medal of the Samaritan Award for her individual contributions to the Montgomery Volunteer Lawyers Program (MVLP), including attending clinics and being actively involved with the District Court Lawyer for a Day dockets. She received the award at the MVLP Pro Bono Recognition Luncheon in October, where Bradley also was honored with the Gold Medallion Law Firm Award for outstanding contributions to the programs of the MVLP.
A member of Bradley’s Litigation Practice Group, Ms. Hobson received her J.D. (summa cum laude) from Mississippi College School of Law and her B.A. from Judson College.
The Montgomery County Bar Association created the non-profit Montgomery County Bar Foundation as the funding mechanism to support the daily operations of the MVLP. Through the receipt of grants funded by organizations such as Legal Services Alabama, the Alabama Law Foundation, the Alabama Civil Justice Foundation, and the city of Montgomery, as well as contributions from local law firms and individuals, the MVLP provides legal assistance free of charge to those in need.