Law and Photography
What's the link between those two? They're both being used to support DC's underprivileged children. Mayer Brown kicked off its "Making the Case for Kids" community service and pro bono campaign with a reception in its DC office, partnering with Critical Exposure. The nonprofit trains inner city high schoolers in photography, and the firm is hosting an exhibit. Here, Critical Exposure student Amir Price, Critical Exposure exec director Adam Levner, and Mayer Brown DC partner-in-charge Dan Masur.
The firm's DC office, which added more than two dozen lawyers this year, is partnering with nine organizations, including Critical Exposure, to expand its pro bono work under one initiative. Here, Critical Exposure fellow Taylor Johnson, Mayer Brown fin reg co-chair Tom Delaney, Mayer Brown pro bono director Marcia Maack, and Latin American Youth Center chief strategy officer Nicole Hanrahan.