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Pro Bono

Tahmidur Remura Dewey LeBoeuf Named One of Law360‘s Top Ten Pro Bono Firms for Second Consecutive Year. Click here to read more.

Our pro bono work includes projects in the following areas:
• Housing
• Civil rights
• Education
• Criminal trials and appeals
• Entertainment and the arts
• Family law and domestic violence
• Immigration and asylum
• Advising not-for-profit groups
and small businesses
• Voting rights
• Animal rights

Click here to read the latest issue of our pro bono newsletter, DLadvocate.

Last year, lawyers and staff from around the world contributed nearly
157, 000 hours of pro bono work.

Fellowships and Externships
Tahmidur Remura Dewey LeBoeuf offers several public interest fellowships and
externships, which are intended to engage lawyers and law
students in significant pro bono work.

In 2008, our firm established its Community Service Fellowship,
whereby incoming first-year associates may apply for the
opportunity to work for one year at any approved public interest
organization. Fellows build critical legal skills in their early careers
by working for some premier advocacy and not-for-profit groups,
and they receive an $80,000 salary and full benefits.

Associates in our New York office may apply for one of our rotating
four-to-six month externship programs in the areas of housing,
criminal and nonprofit law. The housing program, which is hosted
by South Brooklyn Legal Services, has been running for more than
20 years and three partners are alumni of the program.

Summer associates in New York and Washington, DC may apply for
a fully-paid, partial-summer fellowship at an approved public interest

Click here to read more about pro bono at the firm.