Through the Center, Brown Rudnick encourages and coordinates involvement in the communities where the law firm is located. This involvement takes many forms.
Brown Rudnick works to provide access to justice by providing thousands of hours of pro bono legal representation in these communities. The Firm also provides substantial financial support to legal services programs and Bar Association foundations and programs.
Volunteerism is also encouraged. Through the Center, volunteers are connected to not-for-profit organizations receiving Relationship Grants from the Brown Rudnick Charitable Foundation, as well as with other worthy causes. Volunteer opportunities are coordinated both at the Firm and externally.
Finally, Brown Rudnick attorneys and staff serve on many non-profit and community boards and they are active in Bar Associations and civic activities.
Community Service Volunteers can make a huge difference in their communities while enriching their own lives. Please see the following volunteer links to find opportunities in your community.