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Lowenstein works with and contributes to a wide array of nonprofits, including:

  • ACLU of New Jersey
  • Broadway for Racial Justice
  • The Bronx Defenders
  • California Lawyers for the Arts
  • CASA for Children of Essex County
  • Center for Social Justice at
    Seton Hall Law School
  • Central Jersey Legal Services
  • Child Advocacy Clinic at
    Rutgers Law School
  • Children’s Law Center
  • City Bar Justice Center
  • Community Asset Preservation
  • Community Health Law Project
  • Community Hope
  • Community Legal Services in
    East Palo Alto
  • Criminal and Youth Justice Clinic
    at Rutgers Law School
  • Delaware-New Jersey
    National Lawyers Guild
  • Disability Rights New Jersey
  • Education Law Center
  • Enfants du Benin Debout
  • Essex-Newark Legal Services
  • Fair Share Housing Center
  • Family Promise
  • Free the Slaves
  • Front Line Appreciation Group
    (FLAG) of Chatham and Madison
  • Garden State Equality
  • Her Justice
  • Human Rights First
  • Immigrant Legal Services
  • Ironbound Community Corporation
  • Kids in Need of Defense (KIND)
  • Law Foundation of Silicon Valley
  • Lawyers Alliance for New York
  • Lawyers' Committee for
    Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area
  • Lawyers' Committee for
    Civil Rights Under Law
  • League of Women Voters of New Jersey
  • The Legal Aid Society
  • Legal Aid Society of the District of
  • Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County
  • Legal Services NYC
  • Legal Services of New Jersey
  • Legal Services of Northwest New Jersey
  • Los Angeles Intellectual Property
    Law Association
  • Make the Road New Jersey
  • Maplewood-South Orange Parents Group
  • Mi Casa Resource Center
  • National Juvenile Defender Center
  • National Legal Aid & Defender
  • New Jersey Community Capital
  • New Jersey Community
    Development Corporation
  • New Jersey Institute for Social Justice
  • New Jersey State Bar Association
  • New Jersey Tenants Organization
  • New Jersey Together
  • New York Civil Liberties Union
  • New York Lawyers for the Public
  • OneJustice
  • Partners for Women and Justice
  • Pro Bono Institute
  • Pro Bono Partnership
  • Solutions to End Poverty Soon (STEPS)
  • Start Small Think Big
  • Transgender Legal Defense
    & Education Fund (TLDEF)
  • United States
    Patent and Trademark Office
  • Vera Institute of Justice
  • Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts
  • Volunteer Lawyers for Justice
  • YM & YWHA of
    Washington Heights & Inwood
  • YWCA of Union County

Lowenstein accepts requests for individual pro bono assistance through referrals from approved legal services organizations. Individuals in need of pro bono legal help should contact their local legal services organization or bar association or visit

The firm also partners with corporate legal departments and vendors in its pro bono program.

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