phones, and Russell Fox, Ernie Cooper, Mary Lovejoy, and Jeff are working to expand that program so that Hatzalah receives the same information from cellular phone companies. Jeff is also developing and implementing a template license agreement with the buildings on which it has antennas for its radio network. Cynthia Larose, Bridget Rohde, Geri Haight, and Jeff assisted Hatzalah with information technology and recordkeeping issues related to upgrading the records that Hatzalah keeps. Mike Arnold and Jeff advised Hatzalah on employment issues, while Carrie Kreifels, Mike Lieberman, and Jeff also assisted Hatzalah in an agreement to allow Hatzalah to pay for the training of EMTs who wish to become paramedics. Diane Bourque has also assisted Hatzalah with patient-confidentiality issues. Henry’s Hemophiliacs Henry’s Hemophiliacs is a Miracle Maker fund at Rady’s Children’s Hospital in San Diego. The fund was created in honor of a boy (Henry) who was diagnosed in March 2011 with hemophilia B, a bleeding disorder. Hemophilia B is a deficiency in factor IX, a clotting factor that is essential for normal blood clotting. Each time Henry has an injury or needs surgery he must receive “factor” medicine to help assist in clotting his blood. Each dose costs $5,000, a prohibitive amount for anyone without good medical insurance. While Henry’s family has the financial resources to provide for his care, they worry about others who don’t. They founded Henry’s Hemophiliacs to fund research for a cure to the disorder and to aid families who cannot afford the factor medication. Jeremy Glaser and Andrew Skale helped with general corporate and trademark advice for Henry’s Hemophiliacs. Human Rights Campaign Mintz Levin has served as pro bono counsel to the Human Rights Campaign—the largest civil rights organization working to achieve equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Americans—since 1995. Since 1998, Geri Haight has supervised Mintz Levin’s work on behalf of the campaign and has provided the organization with advice and assistance on a wide range of issues. This past year, she provided trademark and copyright advice, and coordinated a wide variety of state and federal law research projects on topics ranging from immigration to health law. In addition, Christine Baker has assisted the organization with trademark prosecution matters. Mintz Levin Summer Associates also assisted on a variety of research projects. Iraqi Refugee Assistance Project The Iraqi Refugee Assistance Project organizes law students and attorneys to provide legal representation to Iraqi refugees seeking resettlement in the United States. During the past year, Mintz Levin partnered with students from its Northeastern University School of Law chapter. Nick Cramb and Jamie Arterton are currently co-representing (with Northeastern students) two Iraqi citizens whose work as interpreters for the US Armed Forces put them and their families at risk. In connection with this representation, Mintz Levin attorneys supervised the law student teams, helped them identify the available relief, and then helped them to prepare and file requests for reconsideration of a denial of refugee status. Island Creek Oysters Foundation Based in Duxbury, Massachusetts, the Island Creek Oysters Foundation, the charitable foundation of Island Creek Oysters, endeavors to promote sustainable aquaculture as a solution to world hunger. The foundation established relationships with a group of villages on the island of Zanzibar, Tanzania, helping the community start an oyster hatchery off the coast, thereby adding a sustainable, protein-rich resource to the villagers’ diet. Employees from Island Creek Oysters continue to travel to Zanzibar and advise the villagers on operating the hatchery. In addition to its ongoing collaboration with villagers in Zanzibar, the foundation has also made substantial impact in promoting tilapia fish farming in Haiti by working with the Caribbean Harvest Foundation. Attorneys from Mintz Levin, including Joe Messina and Anthony Hubbard,