Cahill Pro Bono
For decades, Cahill lawyers have worked face to face with pro bono clients to provide individuals and families with access to justice and opportunity. Whether we are standing up for our clients in asylum, immigration, or criminal proceedings, representing vulnerable families in international custody disputes and domestic violence matters, submitting an amicus curiae brief to the U.S. Supreme Court or an international war crimes tribunal, or helping a military veteran start a small business with an international supply chain, all resources of the Firm are brought to bear to make a difference.
Please click here to read about Cahill’s pro bono efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Number of Matters
Open in 2022
Non-Profit Organizations Supported
Our lawyers are encouraged to work on pro bono matters that support the causes they care about most, and through our various pro bono initiatives, including many that leverage our long-standing relationships with premier public service organizations, Cahill’s pro bono practice offers a wide array of opportunities to have an impact.
Each pro bono initiative is overseen by a dedicated Partner Advisor who serves as a mentor and experienced resource to associates who are handling matters within that particular initiative.
Your work gave me and my son our new life . . . I don’t have to be afraid anymore.
Sandra, domestic violence survivor and Cahill client through our partnership with Sanctuary for Families
Cahill provided an outstanding crew of lawyers in the beginning phases. I know of other businesses that have paid an arm and a leg to get what we’ve got. Amazing!
Raymond Collazo, founder of filmmaking collaboration platform FilmLinkUp and U.S. Army veteran
Focusing on my biotechnology company; I needed to generate the best quality science, and not be distracted by legal matters. It was a great relief for Cahill to have my back and support in that space.
William, biologist and U.S. Marine Corps veteran
Cahill's contributions as a trusted legal advisor to Lincoln Center have been immeasurable. Their advice draws from a deep well of legal knowledge concerning internal audit, compensation, and good governance in the context of the nonprofit sector.
Lesley Rosenthal, General Counsel of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
The Firm’s pro bono program is overseen by the co-chairs of the Pro Bono Committee who are actively involved in pro bono matters and are responsible for promoting and guiding Cahill’s pro bono initiatives. On a day-to-day basis, our pro bono program is led by a dedicated, full-time Pro Bono Counsel. In addition to coordinating the participation of Cahill lawyers firmwide in pro bono matters, Cahill’s Pro Bono Counsel engages with public service organizations to identify innovative ways in which our lawyers can make an impact in communities in New York and around the world.