Pro Bono Firm Of 2010: Foley Hoag

Law360, New York (December 01, 2010, 7:02 PM ET) -- Foley Hoag LLP's work on the Gill case, which successfully challenged one section of the Defense of Marriage Act in Massachusetts, and its decades-long and precedent-setting domestic violence efforts have landed the firm a place on Law360's Pro Bono Firms of 2010 list.

Foley Hoag's 208 attorneys logged some 23,000 pro bono hours, averaging about 110.6 hours per attorney, in 2009, even though the firm has no minimum requirement for pro bono work.

“We give equal credit to associates who work on pro bono matters. They'll...
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