Pro Bono Institute Honors Judge Jonathan Lippman

Video highlights Judge Lippman, recipient of PBI's Esther F. Lardent Hall of Fame Award for Excellence in Pro Bono, and his exemplary public service.


Judge Jonathan Lippman, Of Counsel in our New York office, recently received the Esther F. Lardent Hall of Fame Award for Excellence in Pro Bono from the Pro Bono Institute (PBI). This award was established in 2016, in memory of PBI’s founding president, and recognizes individuals and organizations that have shown an extraordinary commitment to pro bono and have made a profound impact on advancing the goal of access to justice for all. The inaugural Hall of Fame Award was presented in 2018 to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. 

Watch the video to learn more about the judge’s longstanding commitment to public service, which began during his time on the bench as Chief Judge of the State of New York and Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals, and has continued during his work in Latham’s Litigation & Trial Department.


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