From sharpening legal skills to building professional relationships, from developing experience to reconnecting to the law, pro bono work provides a variety of opportunities for growth on a myriad levels.
At Tadmor Levy & Co., we strongly believe in partnering with and supporting individuals, groups and non-profit organizations without access to affordable legal representation and counsel. As a result, our partners, associates and interns contribute broadly to improve the accessibility of legal services to those in need and promote various community-oriented, philanthropic and charitable activities.
Some of our outstanding and regular pro bono activities include:
- Representation of victims of crime in their claims for damages against offenders;
- Representation of victims of discrimination on the basis of origin and gender; and
- Representation of public housing tenants in eviction hearings.
We also provide ongoing counsel to numerous not-for-profit organizations such as the Noga Center for the Representation of Victims of Crime, Ono Academic College, “Tebeka”- The Israeli Association for Ethiopian Jews, the Israel Women’s League, and mentoring school students in moot court competitions.
Our vast pro bono activity has been recognized by both Dun’s 100 and the Israel Bar Association.