Ford Motor Company’s Legal Alliance for Women (LAW) hosted the Second Annual Global Day of Service on September 26, 2019, which focuses on servicing organizations who support the well-being of women and girls. The LAW Global Day of Service is part of Ford Global Caring Month, a signature worldwide event of the Ford Volunteer Corps in 34 countries during the month of September. As part of Ford’s Global Day of Service, Kuchler Polk attorney Kennard Davis, served dinner to approximately 85 residents of The Covenant House New Orleans. The Covenant House New Orleans is a shelter for homeless, trafficked, and at risk youth. The Covenant House provides food, shelter, medical care, clothing, counseling, assistance programs, vocational and job training, educational assistance, as well as many other life skills and training to help the youth rebuild their lives.
The Louisiana Center for Children’s Rights is a non-profit law office that provides juvenile defense for New Orleans area children, representation for Louisiana children facing or serving life without parole, advocates for policies that reduce the number of children in the justice system, and seeks better alternatives to arrest and incarceration. On March 28, 2019, Kuchler Polk Weiner, LLC sponsored Celebration for Children’s Rights, an annual event benefiting the Louisiana Center for Children’s Rights. This year’s program included a personal account of LCCR’s success of representing Louisiana children convicted of life without parole and highlighted other LCCR success stories. LCCR began a new tradition by presenting its first Pascal Calogero Champion of Justice Award, an annual award recognizing an individual or organization that is positively impacting the lives of children in the justice system.
KPW is honored to support and sponsor such an exceptional cause.
Associate Kennard Davis participated in the Greater New Orleans Louis A. Martinet Society and Loyola University New Orleans College of Law’s High School Law Day on Friday, February 22, 2019. Kennard served as a panelist for over 60 high school students from Warren Eastern Senior High School. This event took place at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, with the focus of fostering local high school students to attend law school.
Darleene Peters, Kennard Davis, and Marcus Hunter served as Attorney Volunteers in the Louis A. Martinet Society’s 4th Annual Pathways & Pipelines to Success Program. The Pathways and Pipelines program is designed to promote and prepare future attorneys of color by offering them opportunities to meet, network with, and obtain one-on-one resume writing and interviewing techniques from Judges and Attorneys from the Greater New Orleans area. This year the program had over 140 law students registered, and over 70 practitioners volunteered. This annual event took place on Saturday, February 2nd at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law.