The Washington Business Journal (“WBJ”) has ranked Williams & Connolly among the most philanthropic law firms in the Greater Washington, D.C. area as measured by Pro Bono Hours. In 2019, our partners, counsel, and associates committed nearly 33,000 hours specifically to pro bono matters.
Over the last year, Williams & Connolly lawyers performed pro bono work on a wide range of matters, including securing a victory for two Honduran refugees in Baltimore Immigration Court, winning an appeal for a U.S. Army veteran before the Court of Appeals for Veterans’ Claims, and filing a successful petition for certiorari before the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of a former railroad worker.*
Click here to view the full list by the Washington Business Journal.
Click here to view the firm’s recent Pro Bono News.
*All cases vary and none are predictive.