Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s Joseph Scibilia and Robert Shaw Honored by Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta at Appreciation Reception
Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta (PBPA), a tax-exempt organization that matches volunteer lawyers with local nonprofits in need of free legal counsel, recognized outstanding volunteer attorneys for their pro bono efforts at its annual reception on Tuesday, March 20 at the office of Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP. PBPA recognized the team of volunteer attorneys who assisted Hosea Feed the Hungry & Homeless with the relocation of its headquarters, including Kilpatrick Townsend's Robert Shaw and Joseph Scibilia.
Elizabeth Omilami, CEO of Hosea Feed the Hungry & Homeless and a PBPA client, shared how the legal services provided through PBPA have aided her organization, including managing an unexpected relocation. She thanked the attorneys that volunteered over 250 hours to guide Hosea to its new operational home, at a value of over $90,000 in legal fees.
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