Growing up in Southern California, our attorneys have a special obligation to make it a better place. This is especially the case for our lead attorney Michael Ehline.
During his time in the Marine Corps, Michael learned the value of loyalty to his friends, family, country, and hometown. He never makes a promise he doesn't keep.
And it shows in the way that Ehline Law has helped the community. As a result, Ehline Law goes out of its way to foster a number of worthy causes.
We are proud participants in the Circle of Legal Trust, which coordinates and cooperates with other law firms to offer the best services for our clients.
Ehline Law also sponsors the annual Carlsbad Walk Like MADD event against drunk driving. We've been featured on CNN, Newsweek, and other major publications. Michael utilizes his role as a legal expert as a springboard to help out accident victims beyond just California.
Michael has lobbied the United States Congress on Behalf of Transportation Safety. He also has fought hard to end cruise ship man overboard cases.
These wrongful deaths are among the most difficult to stomach. So we wasted not time in offering our help to the International Cruise Victims. Ehline Law involves in a number of other community service programs. Our lead attorney is involved in extensive mentoring programs.
He got his start in the legal field by "reading the law" such as Abraham Lincoln did and working under a judge. This experience helps craft a better learning experience for up and coming attorneys. Ehline Law sponsors a scholarship for prospective attorneys.
Michael also runs a number of columns to help attorneys better serve their clients. These have been featured on such sites as the Catskill Mountain Eagle. We also support the efforts of the Beverly Hills Bar Association, and California State Bar.
In conclusion, Ehline Law believes in the community first and foremost. It is the foundation on which our professional life builds and is a chance to give back. Contact us for more information about our firm, mentoring opportunities, or scholarship funds.