Meredith Madnick oversees Loeb & Loeb's pro bono initiatives, working closely with firm leadership to further the firm's commitment to fostering and maintaining a culture of pro bono engagement, and encouraging community involvement and corporate philanthropy.
Partnering with the firm's Pro Bono Committee, Meredith drives pro bono engagement by matching attorneys with opportunities, tracking the progress of ongoing pro bono matters, generating training clinics, and composing and disseminating an internal newsletter to promote ongoing pro bono and community service efforts at the firm.
In addition, Meredith works with various departments across the firm, including Diversity & Inclusion, Business Development, Marketing and Professional Development, to implement pro bono programs that incorporate the needs of our lawyers, clients and legal service partners.
While in law school, Meredith served as a student attorney for the Georgetown Law Community Justice Project Clinic where she represented clients in unemployment benefit hearings and mobilized and educated Washington, DC residents about legislation related to mental health treatment. She also received the school's Exceptional Pro Bono Service honor for completing more than 75 hours of pro bono work.
- Georgetown University Law Center, J.D.
- University of California at San Diego, B.A., cum laude