June 17, 2015

FH+H Participates in MBK Corporate Pro Bono Challenge

On behalf of the Firm, Partner Jack White participated in the My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Corporate Pro Bono Challenge. My Brother’s Keeper is an initiative to ensure that youth, principally boys and young men of color, have opportunities to improve their life outcomes and overcome barriers to success. Since its national launch by the White House in early 2014, a number of cities, including Washington, DC, are moving to build and implement coherent cradle-to-college and career strategies for local youth. The MBK Corporate Pro Bono Challenge was a convening of local and federal stakeholders and business leaders for a half day of dialogue around reinforcing the MBK effort through professional pro bono service.  

The lawyers of FH+H passionately believe that the practice of law is about helping others and strive to be more than just providers of legal service. Our mission is to improve lives and grow businesses by serving as advocate, counselor, and champion. FH+H is proud of its ongoing investments in the communities that have entrusted us with so much.

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