Volume IV, Issue 4 of The Pro Bono and Community Service Newsletter of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

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A Message From the Director of Pro Bono Activities

The last edition of our Community Matters@Manatt newsletter focused on the pro bono work we have done to benefit refugees and the organizations that serve them. And, while we are delighted to share a few of our most recent refugee success stories in this edition, we also want to introduce our readers to a wider variety of projects that engage our professionals? interests and talents.

If we had unlimited pages and less stringent publication deadlines, we would love to report on every single one of the nearly 400 pro bono clients we have been honored to serve so far this year, as well as the scores of general community volunteering programs we have undertaken. Instead, we feature a truncated yet eclectic selection of our projects to help demonstrate the unique spirit of service that thrives throughout our firm.

We hope that our readers will find something in this newsletter to interest them, to inspire them, and to help them understand more deeply why service and community really do matter at Manatt.? Cristin Zeisler, December 2007

Please see full newsletter for more information.

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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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