Rick Cofer is a criminal defense attorney in Travis County. Apart from his legal tasks that largely involve criminal cases and courtroom work, he is also heavily involved with his community of Austin, Texas and frequently sponsors events in their interests.
As an expert on legal nuances, Rick Cofer Law was active in environmental issues in the year of 2018, as was his community. In 2018, the state of Texas carried on a plastic bag ban where large retailers discontinued giving out single-use plastic bags for free. Soon after, him and his firm took part in healthcare issues where he sponsored healthcare events/programs that were targeted towards the LGBTQ community. His community involvements improved his reputation, and persistent with his law firm’s main mission.
As an experienced attorney, Rick Cofer helped on the ban by providing legal advice and his active efforts revolved around the issue of plastic littering and its legal involvement, he is also on the solid waste commission of Austin, Texas and carried an interest in conservatory movements. He quickly learned and found that the ban encouraged recycling, reusable bags, recyclable paper bags, and compost friendly plastic bags, The initiative was introduced and planned out in 2007. One year later, the city of Austin, Texas, city council took a volunteer decision to test out plastic bag reduction, and set an achievable goal within three month to reduce waste. As a result, the initiative failed and the decision to enforce a ban was favored upon assessing the activities of the city’s large retailers.
Several years later, in March 2013, the legal ban on plastic bags became official.
Another initiative Texas-based defense attorney, Rick Cofer took part in was the “Keep Austin Kind” initiative that involved the operation of “Kind Clinics” that offered health services to LQBTQ individuals. In October 2018, his law firm sponsored a Halloween ball to benefit the community and its healthcare needs, in addition to other sponsored events that allowed the communities to socialize. These events allowed the groups access to healthcare, self-love workshops and a place to interact with each other. To know more about Rick Cofer visit linkedin.com