(Compton, California) – 11/10/2014 – People's Lawyer Kwaku Duren currently fights for his 13 clients, at least five of them pro bono. Pro bono means that the client paid nothing for his legal representation. Simultaneously, The State Bar of California has not chosen to deal with Attorney B. Kwaku Duren in a fair and reasonable manner. While Duren fights for his thirteen clients he is also working to maintain employment in his profession of 23 plus years.This profession was not chosen for financial rewards but, for personal passion in serving the innocent, financially destitute and mankind in general. People's Attorney Kwaku Duren assists clients from all ethnic backgrounds for little or no payments, in an humble Compton, California office.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Kwaku Duren was a Coordinator of the re-organized Southern California Chapter of the Black Panthers (from 1976- 1982), became a registered member of the Peace and Freedom Party, was a founding member of the National Black Independent Political Party (NBIPP), organizer and Volunteer Executive Director of a non-profit corporation, Community Unlimited (CSU-1977 to present), and helped to organize a number of other social/advocacy organizations including the Coalition Against Police Abuse (CAPA), the California Community Economic Development Association(CCEDA), and as a licensed attorney has continued to assist, and provide legal assistance to numerous other neighborhood and community-based organizations.http://www.kwakuduren.blogspot.com