SYRACUSE, NY SEPTEMBER 3, 2019 – Hancock Estabrook is pleased to announce that its partner, John G. Powers will be honored by the Syracuse Vet Center, the Onondaga County Legislature, and the 24th Congressional District on Wednesday, September 4, 2019 for 10 years of service as the volunteer director of the Veteran’s Legal Clinic.
Mr. Powers and his colleagues will be recognized at the 10th anniversary celebration of the Veterans Legal Clinic for their dedication in providing free legal advice and assistance over the past 10 years to hundreds of veterans. The Veterans Legal Clinic, located at the VA’s Syracuse Vet Center, is sponsored by the Onondaga County Bar Association’s Volunteer Lawyer Project and provides advice, referral and sometimes representation to veterans needing legal advice.
Mr. Powers is a partner in the Firm’s Litigation practice area who represents clients in complicated civil disputes and litigation. Prior to the practice of law, he served for five years on active duty in the United States Army as an infantry officer.
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