Manta Law Gives Back
Janelle A. Weber, founder of Manta Law, volunteered at the Great American Teach-In on November 21, 2019.
As a member of the North Tampa Bar Association (“NTBA”), Ms. Weber gave a talk at two entrepreneurship classes and two English literature classes at George M. Steinbrenner High School in Lutz.
The students were excited to engage with Ms. Weber about the First Amendment, defamation and invasion of privacy, and legal issues affecting startup businesses.
“I always love speaking to students about cutting edge legal topics and what it’s like to be a lawyer,” Ms. Weber said.
A resident of Carrollwood, Ms. Weber regularly attends NTBA luncheons, roundtable discussions, and volunteer events.
Ms. Weber was one of several members of the NTBA who spoke at the public Hillsborough County high school. The NTBA’s mission is to foster goodwill and friendship between and among residents and practicing attorneys of Carrollwood, Lutz, Wesley Chapel, and Temple Terrace.
The Great American Teach-In is an opportunity for Hillsborough County Public Schools students to learn from community members and parents about careers and hobbies they may not have known about previously. In addition to lawyers, speakers included military personnel, firefighters, police officers, and dieticians.
Manta Law is a Tampa law firm focusing on commercial litigation, consumer finance litigation, and family law appeals. The firm serves the Tampa Bay region, including Carrollwood, Lutz, Odessa, Wesley Chapel, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Safety Harbor, Largo, and Palm Harbor.