John Eddie Williams Elected Chairman of Houston Bar Foundation
Posted on Wednesday, July 24th, 2013 at 4:16 pm
John Eddie Williams has recently been elected to the position of Chairman of the Houston Bar Foundation, the charitable arm of the Houston Bar Association. Founded in 1982, the Houston Bar Foundation has helped to provide Houston residents with a wide range of services. Sustained by the contributions of its supporting Fellows, the Foundation seeks to make a difference in the Houston community.
The Houston Bar Foundation supports a wide range of programs to help low-income individuals find access to legal representation and to provide education about the legal system to people in the Houston community. Among the most important of these programs are grants to the Houston Volunteer Lawyers, which provides pro bono advice and representation to indigent Houstonians; the Juvenile Justice Mock Trial program, which works with Houston area schools to teach teens about the criminal justice system; and the Historic Document Preservation Project, which aims to preserve historically significant judicial records for future generations.