Posted on October 29, 2019

Since January 1, 630 attorney have volunteered for new matters for our nonprofit clients! Click here for a list of individuals who have volunteered so far this year.

To: Alex Strang, Nelson Mullins
From: Innovative Solutions for Disadvantage & Disability

You really saved us with your good advice. There were a number of things in the lease that were not in our best interests and I am so grateful to have had your counsel so that we could request changes. We really were under the gun because of the fire. We had to get into a new space as quickly as possible. Thank you so much for making it possible for us to go from nothing to something in 7 weeks!

To: Robert Ajemian and Kristin Ray, The Home Depot
From: Georgia Watch

We are grateful for your time and expertise reviewing and recommending updates to our website terms of use and privacy policy. Your help identifying our legal needs provided a service that will strengthen our organization. This will enhance our ability to achieve our mission to protect and inform consumers, so all Georgians prosper, and communities thrive.

To: George Reinhardt, Morris Manning & Martin
From: Sober Living America

Without caring attorneys, firms such as Morris, Manning, & Martin LLP, and the efforts from Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta, Sober Living America could not help families suffering from the national opioid epidemic. You guys are the best!

To: Anna Holcombe, LexisNexis
From: Pathways2Life

Thank you so much for your time in assisting us to evaluate a drug and alcohol policy for our organization. By volunteering you allow us to provide more students and families support in their struggles. Thank you so much for your time, input and knowledge.

To: Ryan Newbrough, Seyfarth Shaw
From: Georgia Leadership Institute for School Improvement

Thank you for the time and expertise you devoted to review of our organization’s Participant Release and Waiver of Liability. Your feedback and insights helped close important gaps not captured in the original version of the release and pushed our thinking on ways to tailor the document for usage across multiple service lines.