Pro Bono in Action: Fenwick Attorneys Board the Justice Bus

Consistent with Fenwick & West’s tradition and commitment to pro bono services, Fenwick regularly partners with the nonprofit OneJustice to bring legal services to low-income veterans, vulnerable seniors, children with disabilities, low-wage workers, immigrant youth and families in rural regions and communities in California through the OneJustice Justice Bus program. Often partnering with clients like Facebook, over the past 12 months, Fenwick attorneys have helped serve more than 300 rural Californians through the program.

Fenwick was recognized this year for its commitment to pro bono services as among 10 law firms across the United States on The National Law Journal’s Pro Bono Hot List..
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“My goal is to bring him into our world. I try to make him as independent as I can,” MHAS client and single working mother said of her son with autism. MHAS and Pro Bono Attorney Tanya Greene of Kirkland & Ellis LLP won an SSI appeal for her young son, securing benefits that allow her to obtain the services and supports that her son needs to learn and thrive.

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  1. Is pro bono a big part of Fenwick's culture and the daily life of Fenwick attorneys? You bet it is! Among Fenwick's many #probono initiatives, the firm regularly partners with the nonprofit @OneJustice Org to bring direct legal services to low-income, rural Californians through its Justice Bus program. Check out our video:

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