Posted on October 7, 2014

Since January 1, 2014, over 410 attorneys have volunteered for new matters with Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta! Interested in volunteering? Click here for a current list of volunteer opportunities!

To: Andy Hepburn, Sizmek Technologies, Inc.
From: Emmaus House
Thank you very much for your very thorough and helpful legal audit of the Emmaus House website, which included terms of use and privacy policies and intellectual property issues. We also appreciate the Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta and your involvement with it. Your work really does help to improve the effectiveness of our nonprofit sector and we are grateful.

To: Casey Bradford and Simon Hansen, Jones Day
From: Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children
[Casey and Simon] were a pleasure to work with and we are very grateful for the invaluable guidance around the issues surrounding our building purchase. Their legacy will live on in the children’s lives who will be helped by the programs offered in the facilities for years to come.

To: Martiza Winfunke, Kilpatrick Townsend
From: PD Gladiators
Thank you for your legal advice and excellent work on the volunteer and participant agreements and to Kilpatrick Townsend for allowing you the time to participate in Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta’s amazing program. PD Gladiators is on track to launch our expanded network in time for a major event sponsored by the Michael J. Fox Foundation in Atlanta, and we never could have done it without the help of volunteer lawyers like you and your peers who offer their services through PBP-ATL.

To: Ted Solley, Meyer Moser Lang LLP
From: Gwinnett County Habitat for Humanity
Thanks so much for all the time and effort you gave working on our employee manual. We appreciate your expertise on this project. We now have a current manual that will serve us well for many years to come. Thanks so much for supporting our mission to end poverty housing in our community.

To: Erin Fortney and Matthew Bennet, McKesson
From: Sober Living America
We are truly grateful to the McKesson for teaming with Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta to help those in need in our community. Sober Living America serves 1,500 families annually, and has started a national campaign called “Students Fighting Addiction” to bring education and awareness to college and high school students. We could not do this without caring community partners like McKesson. The work your organization provides in our community is outstanding.