Join the Lawyer Referral Service

If your law practice could benefit from another source of potential clients, we encourage you to join the Lawyer Referral Service.  For a small annual enrollment fee of $150, and a 10% referral fee, it is a cost effective and low risk means of generating more clients.
The Lawyer Referral Service is promoted at key locations within the M. C. Blanchard Judicial Building, on this website, via social media and in our publications, Summation Weekly and Summation Quarterly.
Eligibility to participant is an ESRBA member exclusive benefit. Participating attorneys agree to provide an initial consultation with LRS referred potential clients at a rate of $40. 

Please click here to fill out the online enrollment form to join our Lawyer Referral Service. If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact us via phone or email. 

The LRS has been an integral part of my practice for at least 15 years. More importantly, I truly believe that Pat and the LRS program provide an indispensable service to our community and I'm sincerely thankful to be a part of it. - Christopher R. Johnson, Esq.
LRS is a service to the community and to attorneys. Having been a member for many years, I have assisted with legal issues, sometimes getting fees and sometimes giving some direction at no charge.  Being a member of LRS is a positive experience. - Margaret T. Stopp
I have been participating in the ESRBA Lawyer Referral Service for as long as I can remember, maybe the entire 16 years I have been practicing. I had one case referred to me from ESRBA that produced a million dollar settlement, and many referrals that produced good cases with good fees and lifelong clients. I wholeheartedly endorse ESRBA's Lawyer Referral Service and hope that more people decide to participate. ESRBA does great things with the referral fees. ESRBA's programs and overall mission seek to heighten professionalism, community outreach, and charitable works; and ESRBA puts out quality publications that bring us together as a community. We would all do well to support our local bar association, and I hope you will all consider participating. - C. Phil Hall