Happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 2010
Today, January 18th, we celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., a man that sacrificed his life to ending inequality, and spreading a message of peace to the world. As one of the most prominent figures in the Civil Rights struggle of the mid-20th Century, Dr. King proved to everyday that change is possible, through peaceful and lawful means. We can all do something to make the world a better place.
As many valiant whistleblowers understand that it takes courage to stand up for something that is right and to make a difference. As a firm that fights for the rights of our client’s we are passionate about justice and fighting for the rights of others.
Our firm’s culture and philosophy, includes being committed to making a difference in our community. Many of our attorneys and staff members are actively involved in charitable organizations such as The Literacy Coalition for Palm Beach County, The Junior League of the Palm Beaches, Pace Center for Girls, The Quantum House, The Dori Slosberg Foundation, and many others. It is the collective goal of our team at LaBovick & LaBovick, P.A. to give back to the community while likewise furthering the development of our society in general.
We also pride ourselves on the diversity of our team. At the core of our corporate culture is the understanding that diversity not only adds well-rounded knowledge, it adds cultural depth to the company that increases everyone’s level of acceptance. We are happy to say that our team reflects LaBovick & LaBovick, P.A.’s commitment to diversity, and we are blessed to have a multitude of talented professionals from various backgrounds.
As we celebrate the life and accomplishments of Dr. King today, let’s all take a moment to reflect on the impact his mission had on our society, its effect on the world in general. In so doing, we should also reflect upon our own lives and ask the question, how can we help make a difference in community? How can we can make a positive difference in the life of our neighbors? It only takes a dream to change the world, as Dr. King’s vision has shown us all.