Advancing Health Rights
Powered by the dedicated support of our pro bono partners that invest hours of their time providing invaluable assistance to our dedicated staff, we are able to continue to protect and expand access to health rights for low-income and underserved individuals.
We make it easy for law firm attorneys and legal professionals to volunteer for discrete and manageable non-litigation legal matters, and we work with them to co-counsel significant, typically class action, litigation.
In addition to pro bono services, we are grateful for financial support. On this page we highlight our pro bono partners that have made financial contributions to help further our work and ensure our sustainability into the future.
We could not accomplish our mission without your support, engagement and enthusiasm.
Arent Fox LLP
Arent Fox LLP is an international firm with a legacy of public service that believes that community service and pro bono work are integral to the practice of law. The firm has made it a priority to give a voice to those who otherwise might not be heard. Over the years, their attorneys and staff have contributed hundreds of thousands of hours, while ensuring the firm remains at the forefront of the private bar’s effort to address unequal access to legal representation.
Jenner & Block LLP
Jenner & Block LLP is a law firm with international reach handling complex litigation, important investigations, and sophisticated corporate transactional work. With more than a century of unrelenting client advocacy experience, Jenner & Block is trusted by clients around the world who have sensitive, strategic, and consequential matters. The firm’s long-standing commitment to public service and pro bono advocacy is a vital part of its culture. Jenner & Block has been ranked among the top 10 in The American Lawyer’s annual guide of leading pro bono firms every year since the survey began in 1990, and has been recognized as the No. 1 pro bono firm 11 times, most recently in 2020.
King & Spalding LLP
King & Spalding LLP is a law firm whose pro bono teams have argued a range of important civil rights, civil liberties and human rights cases, and continue to take on challenging cases in novel areas of the law that have the ability to effectuate real change. These have included cases related to health care; asylum and immigration; criminal justice; housing; the rights of disabled individuals; protections against domestic violence and trafficking; freedom of religion; and death penalty litigation, including before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP
Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP is a prominent national law firm and core to the firm’s culture is contributing to the community through pro bono work and other forms of volunteerism. Through their pro bono advocacy, firm attorneys have made impacts on many social issues, including veterans’ rights, immigration, civil liberties, death row representation, affordable housing and LGBT rights, among others. In addition to their pro bono practices, Munger, Tolles & Olson attorneys are equally committed to contributing in meaningful ways by serving on non-profit boards or donating their time to organizations that inspire them.
Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP
Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP is a professional services firm with an unwavering commitment to giving back to communities that need it most through pro bono work. Manatt believes that equal access to legal services is a basic right too often denied, and that the firm’s professionals have a duty—both as advocates and as human beings—to address this inequity. Manatt’s team has worked on a wide range of pro bono efforts, including matters related to immigration and adoption, and guiding numerous not-for-profit organizations and small businesses through the gamut of legal and consulting issues nationwide.
Selendy Gay Elsberg PLLC
Selendy Gay Elsberg PLLC is a premier litigation firm devoted to the most challenging commercial disputes, public interest matters and investigations. The firm is committed to practicing law to make a difference, whether by working in communities where good legal representation is in short supply, taking on individual pro bono and class action representations, or partnering with federal and state justice officials to identify cases that might benefit from the firm’s expertise through public-private partnerships. Selendy Gay Elsberg has established a substantial record of work furthering its core values of justice, equality, fairness, integrity, and dignity.