Legal Cookbook to Support LAW Advocates

March 16th, 2015 - Carmichael Clark

Local Whatcom County non-profit LAW Advocates has published a cookbook. The books are $25 each, and make great gifts. Information about ordering can be found at this link.

Recipes were submitted by Whatcom County attorneys and other legal professionals. The cookbook contains over 250 fun, useful, and most importantly, delicious recipes. Below are a few of our favorites:

  • Jambalaya for Justice
  • Zealous Advocate Baked Ziti
  • Bacon Spiral Abuse of Discretion
  • Black-Eyed Advocates
  • Rainmaker Kabobs

The cookbook is a must have for any Whatcom County food enthusiast. And they make great gifts for birthdays, Christmas, etc. So stock up!

Proceeds go to benefit LAW Advocates and its great programs. The organization provides free civil legal assistance to low income people in Whatcom County in much needed areas such as domestic violence, housing and landlord-tenant, custody and guardianships, and homeless disability benefits.

Disclaimer: This article and blog are intended to inform the reader of general legal principles applicable to the subject area. They are not intended to provide legal advice regarding specific problems or circumstances. Readers should consult with competent counsel with regard to specific situations.

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