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An article published by the ABA Journal featured nonprofit Building for Good, Inc. (B4G), founded and led by Mintz Member and Co-chair of the firm’s Construction Law Practice William M. Hill, which links other nonprofits and charities with skilled pro bono construction lawyers. The article detailed some of B4G’s pilot projects in Florida, Massachusetts, Minnesota, and New Jersey, and included commentary from Mr. Hill on the organization’s mission and growing membership.
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Mintz was featured in a special publication from the National Legal Aid & Defender Association highlighting its Beacon of Justice 2020 awardees. The firm was selected for its “robust response to the country’s immigration and humanitarian crisis,” which included staffing clinics to assist legal permanent residents in their applications for U.S. citizenship, representing 15 unaccompanied children seeking Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, and engaging in strategic pro bono litigation, among other efforts.
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Mintz Member and Chair of the firm’s Pro Bono Committee Susan Finegan was featured in an article published by Law360 on how some attorneys have left BigLaw for public interest work. In the article, Ms. Finegan discussed her own move to public interest work, serving as Legal Director of nonprofit the Victim Rights Law Center, before returning to Mintz as its first full-time pro bono partner.
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Mintz Member and Chair of the firm’s Pro Bono Committee Susan Finegan, and Lynne Parker, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Legal Assistance Corporation, co-authored an op-ed published by Commonwealth Magazine on the need for greater funding for civil legal aid in Massachusetts as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
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On an NBC Boston news segment, Mintz Member Drew DeVoogd discussed the implications of the U.S. Supreme Court’s June 15 decision in the consolidated cases captioned Bostock v. Clayton County, which ruled that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits employers from discriminating against workers based on their sexual orientation or gender identity.
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