The attorneys of Culhane Meadows have a strong history of service, and giving back to the communities in which they live and work.

Our dedication to volunteerism and pro bono work spans our national network of offices, directly benefiting the local communities. By making a concerted effort to donate their time and services, our attorneys are involved first-hand in making a lasting impact on their communities.

Our partners regularly contribute their time and resources to a vast number of organizations whose missions are to better lives, enhance communities and enrich the overall quality of life locally, regionally, nationally and internationally for all. Our broad-based volunteer efforts and pro bono work benefits many individuals who need assistance. Plus our attorneys (often with their families) regularly provide volunteer services to various religious organizations, community groups, non-profit associations, social welfare organizations, and civic, cultural and social organizations.

Much of our attorneys’ pro bono work and volunteerism is provided through established non-profit organizations including:
Anti-Defamation League

Against the defamation of the Jewish people and to secure justice and fair treatment to all

Atlanta Legal Aid Society

Representing Atlanta’s poor in civil legal cases

Atlanta Scholars Kollel

Faith-based community outreach and education organization

Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation

Connecting attorneys to indigent clients seeking civil legal counsel

Buckner International

Supporting orphanages and promoting child welfare around the globe

Chains of Grace

Supporting reentry of ex-offenders through housing and jobs

Chaya Mushka Children’s Home

Faith-based Montessori school in Sandy Springs, GA

Children’s Medical Center of Dallas

Making life better for children in North Texas for more than 100 years

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

In the search for a cure for CF and supports a broad range of research initiatives

Dallas CASA

Court Appointed Special Advocates) (volunteer child advocates in legal proceedings

Dallas Theater Center

Dallas Theater Center engages, entertains, and inspires their diverse community

Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program

Matching attorneys with low-income clients seeking civil legal counsel)

DeKalb Rape Crisis Center

Provides direct services, prevention education, and advocacy for youth and adult survivors of sexual assault, their families, and the community as a whole

Emerald City Theatre Chicago

Chicago children’s theatre company reaching 100,000 kids, parents and teachers annually)

Everyone Wins! and Lawyers for Literacy

Promoting children’s literacy in low-income areas

Habitat for Humanity

Addressing poverty housing crisis

Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas

Providing free civil legal services to low-income clients

Mike’s Angels

Providing Guatemalan children with basic necessities

NAMIWalks (National Alliance for Mental Illness)

To stop the defamation of the Jewish people and to secure justice and fair treatment to all.


National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms


National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

PHACE Syndrome Community

Outreach, support and awareness of certain infant birth defects

Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta

Connecting volunteer attorneys with non-profits seeking legal services

Princeton-Blairstown Center

Outreach program for underprivileged urban-city youth

Ronald McDonald House Charities

RMHC provides comfort, care and support for families with children who are sick around the world

Strong Start Austin

Preventing child abuse and neglect through early intervention

Various Youth Sports Leagues

Soccer, baseball, football, t-ball, etc,

Young Lives

Mentoring program for teenage mothers

Women’s Bar Association of Washington, DC

Outreach, support and awareness of certain infant birth defects

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