Foley’s Detroit Office, 18 Attorneys Honored For Pro Bono Service

07 October 2020 Media Contact: Jill Chanen News

Foley’s Detroit office and 18 of its attorneys have been named to the State Bar of Michigan’s 2020 A Lawyer Helps Pro Bono Honor Roll.

 

The honor roll recognizes individual attorneys, solo practitioners, law firms and corporations that support access-to-justice efforts by providing pro bono legal services to low-income individuals and families throughout Michigan.

 

Law firms that achieved a per-attorney average of 30, 50, or 100+ hours of qualifying pro bono legal services in 2019 were eligible for inclusion on the list, as were individual attorneys who provided 30, 50, or 100+ hours of qualifying pro bono services last year.

 

The Detroit office was one of five firms included in Tier 2, which honors those that contributed 30 to 49 hours of pro bono legal services per attorney in 2019.

 

The attorneys named to Tier 1, which honors those who contributed 100+ hours of pro bono services last year, are:

 

Jennifer Z. Belveal

Christopher R. Boll

Christopher V. Burtley

Maxwell A. Czerniawski

 

The attorneys named to Tier 2, which honors those who contributed between 50 and 99 hours of pro bono services in 2019, are:

 

Michael L. Jespersen

Leslie A. Pinney

 

The attorneys named to Tier 3, which honors those who contributed 30 to 49 hours of pro bono services last year, are:

 

Mark A. Aiello

John Birmingham

Jacqueline Hayduk

Jeffrey S. Kopp

Bradley M. Krul

Gjina Lucaj

Vanessa L. Miller

Robert C. Okonowski

Philip B. Phillips

Christopher R. Struble

John R. Trentacosta

Ryan C. Watkins*

 

*Now in the Houston office

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