William W. Hurst
Law Office of William W. Hurst, LLC
50 S. Meridian St., Suite 600, Indianapolis, IN 46204
This year the Law Office of William W. Hurst, LLC is proud to sponsor the Team from Satellite High School in Satellite Beach, FL. A group of fifteen (15) High School Students from Satellite High School will be attending the Florida State Spanish Conference (FSSC) from March 14-16, 2019 at Orlando Wyndham Resort of International Driver in Orlando, FL. Attorney, Alexander Limontes graduated from Satellite High School and even attended the same competition while in High School. The FSSC is a competition for high school Spanish Students to give them an opportunity to compete among themselves in the fields of declamation, impromptu speech, and dramatic presentations. The FSSC is comprised of a Board of teachers who volunteer their time and services because of their love of the language, culture, and people.
The Law Office of William W. Hurst, LLC has a long tradition of support for students and helping create educational opportunities for them from our commitment to legal education to our scholarship program. Our Partner, Alexander J. Limontes, will be presenting at the Annual ITLA Lifetime Achievement Seminar in May of 2019 on topics relating to Discovery of Personnel Files. Furthermore, the William W. Hurst Scholarship Program provides two $500 Scholarships to College Students on a yearly basis.
Our commitment to the community and Indianapolis has been consistent through the years. The team at the Law Office of William W. Hurst, LLC does volunteer their time in the community at places like the local Food Bank, Gleaners. Here is a picture of Alex Limontes and Reid Nahmias volunteering with a group of other attorneys at Gleaners.
This year, Alexander J. Limontes is the Chair of the Indianapolis Bar Association Solo Small Firm Task Force and they will be focusing many of their efforts on community service. In March, our team will send a lawyer to the Ask a Lawyer – Lawyer Line Program which offers Pro Bono advice to people that cannot afford legal services.
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