DENVER, April 8, 2013 – The Denver office of Patton Boggs has been honored for its commitment to pro bono legal services by the Colorado Supreme Court and the Colorado Lawyers Committee.
For the third consecutive year, the Colorado Supreme Court has recognized Patton Boggs for contributing more than 50 hours of pro bono legal services to indigent persons and organizations in the state. The services were provided by the firm’s Colorado-licensed attorneys, averaged across the firm and pro-rated for part-time attorneys.
Separately, Patton Boggs is one of four firms nominated by the Colorado Lawyers Committee for the Pro Bono Law Firm of the Year Award for 2012. Patton Boggs was also nominated in 2011. Winners will be announced at the Colorado Lawyers Committee 35th Anniversary Awards Luncheon on May 21, 2013.
“Our firm and our attorneys place great importance on pro bono work and providing legal services to those unable to afford them,” said Robert M. Bearman, managing partner of the Denver office. “We are gratified to again be recognized by the Colorado Supreme Court and the Colorado Lawyers Committee.”