Serving those in need is integral to the firm’s culture. Beginning with the firm’s founding in the 1930s, we have dedicated ourselves to helping organizations on matters regarding domestic violence and sexual assault, political asylum and immigration, affordable housing and homelessness, human rights, nonprofit incorporation assistance, bankruptcy, low-income entrepreneurs, environmental protection, and civil rights. We consider it an honor to serve the greater good, and our infrastructure supports and encourages this service at every level.
We strive to support all ethnic, religious, and social backgrounds. Our commitment to diversity creates a vibrant and welcoming atmosphere in which to practice law, and includes formal and informal mentoring programs and professional development opportunities.