Pro Bono

Passionate advocates.

Driven to fight for those who can’t fight for themselves.

Giving back through pro bono service is an integral part of Quarles. It’s in our DNA. Representing those without the resources to represent themselves is our responsibility, a calling and core to our promise of shared purpose. Our commitment to the communities where we live and work is tireless. Each year since 2004, we have committed to the Pro Bono Institute’s target for firms to donate the equivalent of at least 3% of total billable hours to pro bono work for low-income individuals and community organizations.

The gap we work to bridge.

We recognize there is a gap—a substantial one, in fact—between those who need legal representation and those who can access it. Too many people are forced to go it alone when facing a crisis related to areas such as eviction, immigration, veterans benefits and domestic violence. By donating our time, skills and resources, our people help reduce this justice gap and provide invaluable support to individuals and families in need.

Partnering with others dedicated to the cause.

We partner with community organizations, law schools, civil legal aid providers and clients to deliver creative and innovative pro bono assistance and solutions. The organizations with whom we partner include the Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Program, Legal Services Corporation, Kids In Need of Defense (KIND), National Immigrant Justice Center (NIJC), HIAS, Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund and more. Together, we create committed teams that others count on for passionate advocacy. It is our honor to care for and represent those in need.

For More Information

For further detail regarding our pro bono work, please contact Dawn Caldart, our pro bono director, at (414) 277-5553 / dawn.caldart@quarles.com.

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