Bar Bulletin

Bar Bulletin

Lawyers Doing Good

July 2019 Bar Bulletin

Many of us were drawn to the practice of law because we believe in “doing good.” We recognize that attorneys are in a unique position to make life better for others. And while most of us have the will to do good, we struggle to find time.

As good deeds in the legal industry are often overlooked, I’ve decided to use my first President’s Page to shine a light on the outstanding, altruistic ways lawyers are making a difference. Throughout the year, I hope to feature several attorneys and law firms who are going above and beyond to better our community.

To begin, I wanted to learn...

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Pete Johnson (left) and fellow DWT volunteers.

Pete Johnson and Heather Coldwell (holding DWT’s 2018 first place award) with Food Lifeline President and CEO, Linda Nageotte.

DWT volunteers at the Hunger Solution Center. Johnson is represented by his board member headshot, as he had to leave before the photo was taken.

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