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- Our commitment to the Bay Area includes pro bono services and board service on behalf of a broad array of public service, civic, and charitable organizations, including legal aid societies, the San Francisco Food Bank, the AIDS Legal Referral Panel, and the San Francisco Symphony. As an additional part of our community engagement, we are actively involved with students from the Cristo Rey program, KIPP Bay Area Schools, and the San Francisco Law Academy.
- Several of our San Francisco lawyers have been recognized by Chambers, BTI, The Legal 500, and Best Lawyers in America for exceptional lawyering and commitment to client service.
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