Clark Hill PLC Recognized with Michigan State Bar Pro Bono Circle of Excellence Designation
– Clark Hill PLC has again been recognized by the State Bar of Michigan for inclusion in the Pro Bono Circle of Excellence for the firm’s compliance with the voluntary standards of serving the poor and needy.
Each year, through its Circle of Excellence, the State Bar recognizes law firms that have fully complied with the voluntary standard for pro bono participation which calls for lawyers to annually take three pro bono cases, devote at least 30 hours of pro bono service, or contribute $300 to a legal aid provider organization.
“We are proud to be recognized with this honor, and will continue to do our part within the community to assist with the legal issues of those in need,” said Paul Scheidemantel, Pro Bono Coordinator at Clark Hill PLC.
“We realize how important pro bono and community involvement efforts are, and have full support of our firm through our pro bono and Clark Hill Cares Program to assist in making a difference.”
More information on Clark Hill and Clark Hill Cares can be found at clarkhill.com and facebook.com/clarkhillcares.
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