Foley announced today that Darin I. Zenov, partner in the Miami office, has been selected as the recipient of the Put Something Back Pro Bono Service Award. This distinct honor recognizes attorneys who have donated considerable pro bono legal services to the Miami-Dade County community.
The Put Something Back program is a joint project of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit and the Dade County Bar Association that is dedicated to providing free legal assistance to the impoverished population of Miami-Dade County. The program presented Zenov with its Pro Bono Service award in large part because of his work in assisting to probate the estate of a pro bono client’s relative.
This is the 16th time in Zenov’s career that he has received the Pro Bono Service Award from Put Something Back. The program has also previously awarded Zenov with its Pro Bono Award of Merit and Justice Award for his pro bono work in probate, estate planning and guardianship law, including representing the best interests of children in highly contested divorce cases.
In addition to his work with Put Something Back, Zenov serves as chair of Foley’s Miami office pro bono committee. He also serves on the firm’s national pro bono committee.
This prestigious recognition highlights both Zenov and the firm’s ongoing commitment to bettering the communities we serve through pro bono service.