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October 31, 2019

Press Release

Sugarman Rogers makes the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court’s “Pro Bono Honor Roll”

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Pictured (L-R): John O’Neill, Alle Wingerter, Gwen Nolan King, Kate Cook, Chris Netski, Lisa Goodheart and Dylan Sanders

As we celebrate Massachusetts Pro Bono Month, we are pleased to announce that Sugarman Rogers has qualified for the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court’s (SJC) 2018 “Pro Bono Honor Roll.”

Last year our attorneys dedicated over 1,500 hours to pro bono matters for persons of limited means. Because we averaged more than 50 hours of pro bono work per attorney, Sugarman Rogers has once again made the SJC’s annual honor roll.

Sugarman Rogers has a well-earned reputation for its commitment to pro bono legal work, and for the firm’s culture of civic engagement. Following in the footsteps of founding partner Ed Barshak, whose career of public service is legendary, the firm strives to make pro bono work an integral part of our attorney’s daily lives.

Our pro bono work covers a broad range of issues and case types, including disputes over civil rights and civil liberties, domestic abuse, conservation and cutting-edge environmental-justice issues, and “impact litigation” addressing poverty law. Our attorneys participate in “Lawyer for the Day” programs at various courthouses, advising low-income clients who face a range of legal issues.

Please click here to see the full list of recipients, and click here to learn more about Sugarman Rogers.