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Release: Proskauer Launches “For Good” Blog

Release

27 Sep 2017

First-hand accounts of the Firm’s commitment to public service and its impact

September 26, 2017  (New York) – International law firm Proskauer has launched its For Good blog, available at www.proskauerforgood.com, capturing the inspiring stories and impactful work being done by the Firm’s lawyers and staff. Public service is an essential part of the Firm’s culture. By showcasing programs and initiatives through the voices of the individuals involved in these efforts, this blog demonstrates the power of pro bono and corporate social responsibility.

“We are excited to launch the For Good blog and share accounts of the Proskauer community giving its time, energy and expertise to a vast array of causes,”

says pro bono partner Bill Silverman.

Proskauer’s pro bono program is led by full-time partner Silverman – a former federal prosecutor – and a full-time pro bono counsel with prior experience as a senior litigation associate. Corporate social responsibility initiatives are directed by former member of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s administration, Wendy Dessy, and managed by a full-time coordinator.

Additional information about the Firm can be found at www.proskauer.com.


Contact:
Jennifer Talbott
Proskauer
Media Relations Manager
jtalbott@proskauer.com

 

 

 

 

 

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