The 2017 Robert M. Dell Prize for Extraordinary Pro Bono Service

Watch a video about the award-winning project, which involves more than 400 Latham attorneys across 12 offices.


In 2014, Latham launched the Robert M. Dell Prize for Extraordinary Pro Bono Service, an annual recognition awarded to a Latham lawyer or team who has demonstrated an exceptional commitment to pro bono work.

This year the firm is thrilled to recognize the dedicated team that leads our US Veterans Pro Bono Initiative — partner Andrea Hogan, associates Taiga Takahashi and Shira Epstien, senior paralegal Susan Omokawa, and secretary Linda Mihalik. 

Under this program, more than 400 Latham attorneys across 12 offices (including US expats in London and Milan) have taken on more than 200 matters on behalf of veterans in the last five years.

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