DLA Piper receives Sustaining Justice Award from San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program
DLA Piper has received the San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program’s (SDVLP’s) 2013 Sustaining Justice Award, which recognises a local law firm that has provided extensive pro bono support to the organisation.
Jeffrey Isaacs, immediate past president of the programme, paid tribute to the firm, citing its pioneering pro bono work and civic roots.
Jay Jeffcoat, a DLA Piper partner in the San Diego office and member of the SDVLP board since 1992, accepted the award on behalf of the firm.
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