Giving back to the community through pro bono work
Mandelbaum Barrett’s Pro Bono Program embodies the firm’s commitment to help individuals and not-for-profit organizations that either lack the financial means to pay for legal services or should not be expected, given their mission, to pay for legal services. Attorneys at Mandelbaum Barrett also gladly accept pro bono assignments from the Court in connection with guardianship cases where alleged incapacitated persons are indigent or developmentally disabled.
Providing counsel, guidance and zealous representation on diverse matters such as domestic violence, landlord/tenant law, criminal defense, education law, immigration law, or business-related legal assistance is part of our commitment to those who are less fortunate financially and to those whose mission we share. The firm devotes significant time, resources and effort in support of this endeavor.
We are proud to contribute and give back to our community in this way.
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