Lowenstein Sandler marks milestone for pro bono program

As Lowenstein Sandler marks the 15th anniversary of its pro bono program, the Roseland-based law firm is taking stock of the work it has done over the years. Long considered the top firm in New Jersey for pro bono work, it has gained increasing recognition since doubling down on its commitment to community with the 2009 launch of the Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest.

Through the center, Lowenstein aims to address significant social problems and provide meaningful assistance to low-income and other marginalized people, along with the organizations that advocate for and support them.

The work engages a full range of the firm’s talents and reflects its core value of performing work of the highest quality in a way that maximizes results for clients and causes.

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