A deep commitment to pro bono legal work has been Foley Hoag LLP’s hallmark since we successfully represented the plaintiffs in Boston’s seminal landmark school desegregation case. Then and now, we believe that freely sharing our talents with individuals and the community makes us better lawyers, better people, and a better firm. Our dedication to pro bono work extends through our offices in Boston, New York, Paris and Washington D.C.

Pro Bono Committee Members

  • Rebecca Cazabon
  • Jonathan Keselenko
  • Erin Klein
  • Daniel Schimmel

In a typical year, Foley Hoag handles approximately 100 matters and contributes approximately 24,000 hours to our pro bono program, accounting for more than five percent of the firm’s work. We also serve the community in other ways, including board involvement and charitable organizations.

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