Robbins Russell is proud to announce that the firm has joined the Law Firm Antiracism Alliance (“LFAA”), a coalition of more than 150 private law firms that will marshal their collective resources to engage in large-scale, coordinated pro bono efforts in the areas of racial justice and equity. Robbins Russell has long engaged in meaningful and high-profile pro bono matters and looks forward to continuing its efforts in this important area. More information about LFAA can be found here.
Robbins Russell is also pleased to announce its affiliation with The Appellate Project (“TAP”), a recently formed organization whose goal is to help law students of color to thrive in the area of appellate law. The firm has committed to make a sizable financial contribution to TAP and to mentor law students through one or more of TAP’s programs that provide training and networking opportunities to law students underrepresented in the appellate bar. More information about The Appellate Project can be found here.
“We are looking forward to working with these organizations as part of the firm’s ongoing diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts. It is important for law firms like ours to do our part to address the persistent disparities of experience by race in our profession as well as in the larger community, and we are excited to work with these great organizations to do exactly that,” stated the firm’s managing partners Roy Englert and Dick Sauber.