.hidden: {display:none;}; .visible: {display:block;}; Pro Bono - The Law Firm of Faegre Baker Daniels

Faegre Baker Daniels has a long-standing commitment to pro bono service. Our pro bono practice integrates the firm's guiding principles of Clients First, High Performance and One Firm. We use a unified, award-winning approach to sharply focus our professional and philanthropic resources to meet the needs of our communities. We also reach beyond our communities to undertake national and international pro bono projects to promote and strengthen the rule of law. 

Pro Bono Practice Areas

The firm's pro bono practice, in which a strong majority of lawyers participate annually, provides legal assistance to those in our communities for whom access to justice is often denied. We represent pro bono clients in impact litigation matters as well as individual cases, and through community-based legal clinics. The pro bono legal services we provide to our clients are critical to meeting their basic needs for shelter, health care, food, education, personal safety, family stability and economic security. We regularly partner with corporate clients in several areas of our pro bono practice. 

Our areas of pro bono practice include:

  • Affordable housing
  • Appellate and federal court litigation
  • Asylum, immigration and international human rights
  • Children and families
  • Economic opportunity and community development
  • Intellectual property
  • Nonprofit organizations
  • Public policy advocacy
  • Veterans

Firm Commitment

Faegre Baker Daniels is committed to provide annually pro bono legal representation equivalent to at least three percent of our total billable hours, and to direct a substantial majority of our pro bono service to clients of limited means. The firm is a signatory to the Law Firm Pro Bono Challenge and a founding member of the Law Firm Pro Bono Project. Our pro bono policies encourage and support our lawyers in fulfilling the firm's commitment to meet the legal needs of the disadvantaged. 


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