The Benefits Of A Coordinated And Focused Pro Bono Program/ The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel

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In this article, author Dana Ferestien details the firm’s pro bono work done on behalf of the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP), an organization devoted to assissting low-income immigrants and refugees. Williams Kastner attorneys work with the NWIRP to obtain asylum for individuals from all over the world. Mr. Ferestien explains that the firm’s relationship with the NWIRP, “has been beneficial in many other ways in large part because the firm has supported it through a collective effort that has involved everyone from the firm’s most senior members (partners) to its youngest and newest attorneys.” To read more about Williams Kastner’s pro bono program, please click here.

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