Brown Rudnick Joins the Law Firm Antiracism Alliance
PUBLISHED ON: 07/10/2020
Brown Rudnick has joined the Law Firm Antiracism Alliance (LFAA), an initiative with over 125 law firm members dedicated to providing pro bono resources to help address systemic racism. The LFAA aims to leverage the resources of the private bar to both analyze and change laws and policies that perpetuate racial injustice.
As a LFAA member, Brown Rudnick will collaborate with member law firms and legal services organizations on large-scale, coordinated pro bono projects that are both immediate and long-term in scope. This work will complement the efforts of Brown Rudnick's Center for the Public Interest, an innovative hub for the firm’s pro bono legal representation, charitable giving and community volunteerism. The Center for the Public Interest has long celebrated and championed public interest work, through partnerships with legal services organizations that seek to end racial inequality in the justice system; through the Brown Rudnick Charitable Foundation, which gives grants to organizations focused on education in underserved communities; and through community service in the communities where Brown Rudnick has offices.
We are proud to join the Law Firm Antiracism Alliance and look forward to contributing to this fight.
Read the LFAA Charter here.
About Brown Rudnick LLP
At Brown Rudnick LLP, we combine ingenuity with experience to achieve great outcomes for our clients. We deliver partner-driven service; we incentivize our lawyers to collaborate in the client’s best interest; and we put excellence before scale, focusing on practices such as distressed debt, corporate restructuring, M&A, white collar defense, international disputes, and intellectual property, where we are recognized leaders. We have more than 250 lawyers and government relations professionals across the United States and Europe, with offices in key financial centers. Beyond the United States and Europe, we serve clients in the Middle East, North Africa, the Caribbean, and Latin America.