Lennon, Camak & Bertics Community Involvement
All the employees and attorneys at Lennon, Camak and Bertics are proud and active members of the Wake County community. Our attorneys are all NC natives and feel that it is not only their duty, but their pleasure to give back to our community. Our employees strive to serve the legal community as well as the broader civic community through participation in a wide array of clubs, boards and charitable events.
“Lunch With A Lawyer”
A program of the Wake County Bar Association Public Service Committee, the “Lunch with a Lawyer” program has been pairing over 150 youth in and around Wake County with local attorneys for the past 20 years. As Wake County Bar Association members, the attorneys at Lennon, Camak & Bertics, PLLC, proudly volunteer to be paired with an area youth that they take to lunch a few times during the months of June and July. Lunches include individual lunch outings, attending one of the WCBA monthly luncheons, getting together after school or work or even going to local sporting events. Through this program, the attorneys at Lennon, Camak & Bertics, PLLC are able to help make a different in the lives of area youth.
NC Bar Association’s 4All Program
The attorneys at Lennon, Camak & Bertics, PLLC also proudly participate in the NC Bar Association’s 4All Service Day, held annually throughout North Carolina. Our attorneys volunteer their time to participate at one of eight call centers throughout the state, where they are available to take free phone calls from the public and offer legal information and referral resources at no cost. The 4All Day of Service is now in its 7th year in North Carolina. To learn more about the 4All Service Day, click here.
Rex Blood Center
Lennon, Camak & Bertics, PLLC, places a high value on giving back to the community it serves. The best example of this firm priority involves the Rex Blood Center. Our attorneys and staff routinely make blood and platelet donations at this facility and encourage others to do so as well. While periodic financial support of local charity groups is encouraged, giving blood and platelets can make an immediate and direct impact on someone in need in ways that financial contributions cannot achieve.
Firm members and staff also serve the community in various other capacities, to include serving on various boards of directors (NC Museum of History, NC Lacrosse Academy, etc.), serving on various professional councils (Law Practice Management, Medico-Legal, Lawyer Referral, etc.), and serving as guest speakers and writers for various organizations (National MS Society, NC Advocates for Justice, NC Bar Association, and National Business Institute). Two of our attorneys serve as instructors for the Workers’ Compensation and Social Security disability classes in the Meredith College Paralegal Program.
Mr. Lennon and Mr. Camak completed their work as co-editors of the NC Bar Association’s Small Law Office Resource Manual, which can now be purchased from the NCBA.