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Maslon Selected as the Winner of the 2015 Community Impact Award in the Professional Services Category by Minnesota Business Magazine
March 03, 2015

Maslon is pleased to announce its selection as the winner of the 2015 Community Impact Award in the Professional Services Category by Minnesota Business magazine at an awards ceremony held on Thursday, February 26, 2015. The Community Impact Awards honor Minnesota companies and businesspeople who make giving back to the community a priority. The Professional Services award category recognizes organizations that provide professional services to nonprofits or other worthy causes on a pro bono basis.Regarding the award, Maslon partner Julian C. Zebot, who serves as Chair of the firm's Pro Bono Committee, states that "Maslon is extremely proud of the collective efforts of its attorneys, paralegals, and staff in providing needed legal services on a pro bono basis, which carry on the firm's proud tradition, dating back to its founding partners, of giving back to the community through its pro bono and community service programs."

Maslon has a long-standing commitment to pro bono work, and we encourage our attorneys and paralegals to pursue pro bono work that represents their distinct individual interests and concerns. While Maslon attorneys provide pro bono service to a broad range of organizations, particular leadership and service have been provided to the following organizations this past year: ACLU-MN, Minnesota Wills for Heroes, LegalCORPS, VLN, and the ABA Death Penalty Project.

To read more, go to: Minnesota Business Community Impact Awards.

To learn more about Maslon's pro bono efforts, go to: www.maslon.com/pro-bono.




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