Briggs’ Pro Bono Work Highlighted in MN Lawyer

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April 13, 2009

A unique partnership between Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services (SMRLS), the Mayo Clinic, and Briggs and Morgan to offer pro bono assistance to low-income clients seeking U.S. citizenship was highlighted in the April 13 edition of Minnesota Lawyer in “Unique Collaboration is a Win-Win-Win for Citizenship Seekers.”*

Attorneys John M. Degnan and Gabriela Reyes-Noyola are among those working in collaboration with in-house counsel at Mayo to provide needed pro bono assistance to SMRLS clients in the Rochester area.

This partnership is just one example of Briggs’ involvement in serving the community. Attorneys are encouraged to contribute at least 50 hours of pro bono services each year in accordance with the Professional Rules of Responsibility. To read more about the firm’s commitment, click here.

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