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Fifty-Seven Paul, Weiss Attorneys Recognized in Capital Pro Bono Honor Roll for Pro Bono Service in 2021

Fifty-seven Paul, Weiss attorneys based in D.C. have been named in the 2021 Capital Pro Bono Honor Roll, an initiative of the D.C. Courts in partnership with the D.C. Access to Justice Commission and the D.C. Bar Pro Bono Center that provides special recognition to D.C.-based attorneys who contribute 50+ hours or 100+ hours of pro bono work in a calendar year. In addition, we are pleased to report that in the D.C. Office, 73% of partners, 14% of counsel, 52% of associates, and 67% of staff attorneys contributed at least 50 hours of pro bono during the year.

D.C. Office Attorneys Who Contributed 100+ Hours of Pro Bono in 2021
Please join us in congratulating partners Jeannie Rhee, Jessica Phillips, Kannon Shanmugam, Karen Dunn and William Isaacson; counsel Peter Jaffe; associates Aimee Brown, Amanda Valerio, Arpine Lawyer, Benjamin Cabranes, Brian Lipshutz, Clayton Wild, Daphne Thompson, Heather Milligan, Jake Struebing, Kelsey Sweeney, Kirsten Dedrickson, Leah Hibbler, Matteo Godi, Paul Brachman, Saurabh Gupta, Taylor Williams and William Marks; and pro bono attorney Tanaz Moghadam.

D.C. Office Attorneys Who Contributed 50+ Hours of Pro Bono in 2021
Please join us in congratulating partners Jane O’Brien, Joseph Bial, Julia Wood, Mark Mendelsohn and Roberto Gonzalez; of counsel Craig Benson; counsel Carrie Harrison; and associates Andrew Trinker, Colleen Anderson, David Cole, Macy Mize, Stefan Geirhofer and Yishai Schwartz.

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