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Lisa Joy Theris
Union Springs,Alabama (PR MediaRelease) August 16, 2018 - August 12, 2018, marked one year that Lisa Joy Theris was found naked alongside State Highway 82 near Midway, AL. She had been lost in the dense rural forest for 25 days and nights with no clothes, no food and no phone. Theris had absolutely nothing, except the will to survive. Read more
Zarzaur Mujumdar & Debrosse
Birmingham,Alabama (PR MediaRelease) January 25, 2017 - Zarzaur Mujumdar & Debrosse, a Birmingham based litigation firm, announced today that it filed a lawsuit on behalf of a child survivor of human trafficking. This trailblazing lawsuit has been filed against the website, Backpage.com, a website for classified ads, which facilitated and financially benefited from advertisements exploiting and trafficking child victims Read more
Montgomery,Alabama (PR MediaRelease) December 6, 2016 - Legal Services Alabama (LSA) announced today the selection of Former Congressman Artur G. Davis as its new Executive Director. Davis will fill the vacancy created by the retirement of longtime Executive Director Jimmy Fry. Legal Services Alabama is a federally funded program that provides civil legal assistance to low income Alabamians. Read more
Montgomery,Alabama (PR MediaRelease) December 1, 2016 - Legal Services Alabama (LSA) announced that its longtime Executive Director Jimmy Fry has decided to retire. Legal Services Alabama is a federally funded program that provides civil legal assistance to low income individuals and families in Alabama. Read more
Alabama School Of Fine Arts
Birmingham,Alabama (PR MediaRelease) October 11, 2016 - Alabama’s award-winning arts and sciences school, the Alabama School of Fine Arts, will open its doors to prospective students on Saturday, October 22, 2016. The annual Open House event allows prospective students and their families to see the school, meet the faculty, ask questions, and learn about the application and admission process. Read more