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Law Plus Plus
Richard Bobholz to Serve on Activate Good Board
A great opportunity to inspire and make an impact
(DURHAM, N.C.) April 27, 2016 – Law Plus Plus, a revolutionary small business and nonprofit law firm based in Durham, North Carolina, is excited to announce that Richard Bobholz, managing partner, will be serving as a Fund Development Member of Activate Good’s Board of Trustees. Law++ and Richard Bobholz are incredibly excited for this new opportunity to engage with and inspire the community.
“Service is a part of who we are and what we do,” Richard Bobholz explained. “Activate Good is the type of organization that matches our values and goals exactly, and I couldn’t be happier to be given the chance to be a part of their future.”
The position is one of many ways Richard Bobholz and Law Plus Plus contribute to the community. Having recently been certified as a B Corporation and having received the award for 2nd place nationally for contributions to pro bono work by the American Bar Association, Law++ sees this as another commitment to their desire to make a better world.
About Law Plus Plus
Founded in 2012 as R. W. Bobholz Law, PLLC and based in Durham, N.C., Law Plus Plus is a revolutionary business law firm with practice areas in small business, mergers & acquisitions, securities, and business litigation. Their mission is to make the legal system easier, enact positive change in our community, and continually improve how they operate and the effect they have on their clients’ lives and in the community. For more information, visit www.lawplusplus.com.
About Activate Good
Activate Good is a 501(c)(3) organziation that empowers volunteers to make a difference in the community by organizing the volunteer opportunities in the Triangle area. They also engage with the business community to make volunteering as an organization easier and more beneficial for the company as a whole. Finally, they empower and inspire the next generation through their Activate Schools program where they ignite the spark of volunteerism in youths around the Triangle. For more information about Activate Good, visit: www.activategood.org