Bradley is pleased to announce that the firm is the recipient of Bank of America’s 2022 Law Firm Pro Bono Award, which was presented to the firm at a recognition event in November.
The Bank of America’s annual Law Firm Pro Bono Award is given to a law firm that has demonstrates an exemplary commitment to pro bono service, particularly in partnership with Bank of America.
“We are truly honored by Bank of America’s recognition of the efforts made by our team and are fortunate to collaborate with such a tremendous organization that values the communities in which they operate,” said Bradley Pro Bono Counsel Tiffany M. Graves.
Bank of America’s Pro Bono Committee works to promote diverse, high-impact, and meaningful pro bono opportunities for their Legal Department, which is accomplished through strong and enduring relationships that help impact local communities. The Pro Bono Committee noted Bradley’s consistent collaboration and diverse array of projects and clinics provided, as well as the firm’s support and partnership on a 9/11 Anniversary Wills for Heroes events this year. They also cited Bradley’s continued representation of Veterans Discharge Upgrade Program clients after the pro bono clinic.
Bradley’s Pro Bono Program helps address the unmet legal needs of indigent individuals and charitable organizations. Attorneys from across the firm’s offices devote a significant amount of time each year to pro bono work, representing individuals in matters ranging from death penalty and human rights cases to intellectual property work for low-income inventors, artists and entertainers.