At Loeb & Loeb, one of the most powerful ways we express our “we’re all connected” philosophy is through meaningful pro bono service in the communities where we live and work.
Our commitment to community, philanthropy and volunteerism spans more than a century. Working together to bring about positive change, we donate our time and talents to those individuals and organizations in greatest need.
Our pro bono clients — refugees fleeing persecution and violence, disabled veterans seeking critical care and benefits, children suffering abuse or neglect, and organizations innovating for social good, among many others — are as varied as the legal services we provide.
We recognize that pro bono service is not only part of our firm’s professional and social responsibility, but also an opportunity for our lawyers to develop valuable experience in new areas of law and contribute to worthy causes they are passionate about. We provide our professionals with a diverse array of pro bono opportunities and firm resources and support in putting these values into practice.
In addition, we continually look for opportunities to collaborate with our clients on pro bono projects that represent our shared commitment to social justice and professional responsibility.
Pro Bono Partner Organizations
Our pro bono practice enjoys long-standing partnerships with legal services and nonprofit community organizations, which refer matters to our firm and often provide in-depth training opportunities for our lawyers. We have developed relationships with the following organizations:
- Alliance for Children’s Rights
- Anti-Defamation League
- Bet Tzedek
- Cabrini Green Legal Aid
- Children’s Rights
- End Rape on Campus
- Human Rights First
- Lawyers Alliance for New York
- Lawyers for Children
- Lawyers for the Creative Arts
- Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles
- Legal Aid Society
- Legal Assistance Foundation
- Legal Services NYC
- New York Lawyers for the Public Interest
- New York Legal Assistance Group
- Pro Bono Partnership
- Public Counsel
- Veterans Assistance Project
- Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts