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Adams and Reese had 31 of its New Orleans office attorneys recognized on The Pro Bono Project’s 2013 Honor Roll, honoring attorneys who have actively participated in The Project’s work in 2013, and through their generous donations of time, expertise and funds, hundreds of disadvantaged clients were provided with legal representation and access to justice.

The honor roll was announced at The Pro Bono Project’s annual Volunteer Appreciation Event, held on December 4th at Place St. Charles in New Orleans.

Adams and Reese attorneys on the honor roll include: Jennifer Barriere, Victoria Baudier, Mark Beebe, Justin Boron, Cole Callihan, Charlie Cerise, Jaimmé Collins, David Coons, Joann Courcelle, Chris D’Amour, Ira Gonzalez, Marshall Hevron, Meg Kaul, Leslie Lanusse, Don McKinney, Courtney Miller, Glen Pilie, Lee Reid, Greg Rouchell, Valeria Sercovich, Ron Sholes, David Stein, Mark Surprenant, Janis van Meerveld, Roland Vandenweghe, Ralph Wall, Ray Ward, Lara White, David Wolf, Katie Wollfarth and Laurie Young.

Surprenant, Liaison Partner of the firm’s Pro Bono Committee, was recognized for serving more than 100 pro bono hours for The Pro Bono Project, while Gonzalez and Hevron were recognized for pro bono service of more than 50 hours.

Adams and Reese has partnered with The Pro Bono Project for more than two decades, taking more than 300 cases and providing help through more than 75 attorneys. In 2011, Adams and Reese received the Pro Bono “Law Firm of the Year” Award from The Pro Bono Project.