The Texas Tech University School of Law and the Lubbock County Bar Association will host a Community Law School for the area. The free classes will be on the first three Saturdays in February and will educate attendees on legal options concerning Divorce, Child Support, Social Security and Wills.

Trained attorneys will teach the lessons, and answer general questions during the three week program. The classes will take place Feburary 4th, 11th and 18th in the Lanier Auditorium in the Tech Law School at 1802 Hartford Ave.

Below is a detailed schedule of the subjects that will be covered in the three class course. An American Sign Language interpreter will be present.

Feb. 4

9 a.m.      Health Law; Lois Wischkaemper and Kristi Ward, University Medical Center

10 a.m.    Social Security; Larry Spain, professor, Texas Tech School of Law

11 a.m.    Employment Law; Stephen Dodd, Law Office of Stephen Dodd

Feb. 11

9 a.m.      Divorce; Anna McKim; Field, Manning, Stone, Hawthorne & Aycock

10 a.m.    Protective Orders; Neal Burt; Civil Division Chief, District Attorney’s Office

11 a.m.    Child Support; Shelly Horton; Texas Attorney General’s Office, Child Support Division

Feb. 18

9 a.m.      Wills, Probate and Alternatives to Wills; Jack McCutchin; Crenshaw, Dupree & Milam

10 a.m.    Living Wills, Powers of Attorney, & Advanced Directives; Michelle Dodd; Field, Manning, Stone, Hawthorne & Aycock

11 a.m.   Guardianships & Alternatives to Guardianship; Terry Hawkins, Law Office of    Terry Hawkins; Colleen Elbe, Disability Rights Texas