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10 Years of Access to Justice

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In the 10 years since it formed the Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest, the firm has represented hundreds of individuals in need. We could not reach these clients without the assistance of dedicated legal service organizations in all our locations. We are grateful to our clients and our nonprofit colleagues for making us better lawyers and better people through these pro bono opportunities.



pro bono hours dedicated to “signature projects,” including:


hours representing 378 nonprofits seeking a wide range of corporate and tax assistance


hours representing 224 immigrants seeking lawful status or release from detention


hours representing 564 tenants fighting eviction or seeking to remedy unlivable conditions


hours representing 220 individuals with criminal convictions seeking to prove their innocence, appeal their convictions, petition for pardons or sentence commutations, or expunge low-level criminal records


hours representing 53 domestic violence survivors seeking final restraining orders and/or child custody and support orders


hours representing 77 veterans applying for service-related disability benefits or attempting to regain their driver’s licenses


hours representing 185 low-income inventors or entrepreneurs filing for patents or starting businesses


hours representing 114 low-income individuals filing for personal bankruptcy to get a fresh financial start


hours representing 18 guardians and conservators seeking legal custody of children or young adults with disabilities


hours representing 24 transgender individuals seeking legal name changes

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Photos by Bernard DeLierre except where indicated