Celebrate Pro Bono
White and Williams values giving back to the community. We recognize the dedication of our lawyers to pro bono service and share their insights.
Wes is Chair of the firm's Diversity Committee and Co-Chair of the Pro Bono Committee. He serves on several pro bono and civil boards and as a Judge Pro Tem for the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas. He is active in several legal organizations, holding leadership positions with many of them. Read more.
Pete is Co-Chair of the firm's Pro Bono Committee. He serves as Judge Pro Term for the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas and has volunteered for 30 years with the Support Center for the Child Advocates. Read more.
Nancy serves on the firm's Pro Bono and Operations Committees. She is active in her community, having served on the Finance Committee and as Chair of the Stewardship Committee of Our Mother of Good Counsel Church in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, and as a Co-Chair of the American Heart Association's Black Tie and Blue Jeans Ball. Read more.
Greg started and now coordinates a pro bono partnership with the SeniorLAW Center and one of the firm’s clients to draft wills and powers of attorney for seniors at quarterly life planning clinics. Read more.
Bill is a Partner in the Subrogation Department and a longtime supporter of the Homeless Advocacy Project (HAP). Read more.
Marc is the Pro Bono Coordinator for the firm's Delaware office. He regularly donates time each year assisting pro bono clients through the Office of the Child Advocates and similar organizations. He also volunteers at a no-kill animal shelter. Read more.
Since the beginning of his career, Mark has been actively involved in the Homeless Advocacy Project (HAP), an organization with which the firm has a long history. Read more.
Tom has devoted several hundred hours over the past several years to pro bono matters, including successfully prosecuting Civil Rights claims and defending mortgage foreclosure actions, as well as advising not-for-profit corporations. Read more.
In one of his first pro bono experiences, Zach Roth was able to achieve a favorable outcome in a dispute that previously been deemed "unresolvable." Read more.
Through a relationship with the Immigration Justice Campaign, Jacqueline, Andrew and Eric successfully represented a Nigerian refugee seeking asylum in the U.S. Read more.
In connection with the firm's partnership with the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Lindsay, Zaara and Jenifer successfully obtained a grant of asylum for a Cameroonian national. Read more.
When Gus moved to Philadelphia in 2008, the need for legal assistance in the homeless community was especially apparent. Since then, he has been involved with the Philadelphia Homeless Advocacy Project (HAP) and Philadelphia VIP. Read more.
Laura volunteers with Philadelphia VIP and the Homeless Advocacy Project and has found pro bono service to be a valuable opportunity to take a leadership role in protecting the interests of her clients. Read more.
Before he even graduated law school, Greg became involved in pro bono service. Ever since, he has made a point to make pro bono part of his legal practice. Read more.
Timothy provides pro bono service for Aaron's Presents, an organization helping youth engage with their communities, and also assists an individual seeking asylum through PAIR, an organization that provides free immigration services to indigent asylum seekers and detained immigrants, assuring fairness and access to justice. Read more.
Nancy Frantz, Mark Paladino and Franca Tavella, along with paralegals Michele McGlashan Frost and Lisa Ann Zolna, all part of the firm's Tangled Title practice group, assisted a client in clearing a particularly tangled title to her home. Read more.
Felix has assisted many pro bono organizations through his membership with the Brandeis Law Society, including his most recent experience working on a pardon project for Philadelphia Lawyers for Social Equity. Read more.
While a nurse and before becoming a lawyer, Deb had a deep interest in assisting children and babies who were in danger and in harmful circumstances; and serving as a child advocate was the next right thing to do. Read more.