Advocating for those who can’t

We are humbled by the sheer numbers of people who fall through the cracks in our legal system.

The need for pro bono legal services is vast, and we do whatever we can to fill it. Serving the underserved, representing the under-represented, and aiding diverse organizations that impact our communities, these are deep commitments we make as a firm. Giving back is baked into our culture.

Each of our attorneys is encouraged to actively participate in pro bono work and almost all do. Our non-partner attorneys can receive credit for up to 150 billable hours of pro bono work. We’re never short of projects, but if an attorney has a passion for a particular cause, we’re happy to take that on as well.

In virtually every area of the law—prisoner rights, racial justice and equality issues, LGBTQ+ support, health care access, disability benefits, immigration/asylum cases, veterans’ affairs, landlord-tenant disputes, and much more—we stand up for those who can’t stand up for themselves.


Our Causes

These are just a few areas we've been working on for years. We've done great things for the groups we've built relationships with.

Community Service

Our attorneys and staff give back any way they can. We are extremely proud not only of the community service we do as a firm but also of the many ways our attorneys and staff give back personally. The firm stands ready to support these projects – whether they are nonprofit board positions, local service opportunities, or causes near and dear to our hearts, like The Amanda Rose Laura Foundation.

Pro Bono Contacts/Committee


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