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Attorneys Attend Pro Bono Reception

Friday, Nov 3, 2017

Attorneys from Deily & Glastetter, LLP (D&G) attended The Legal Project's 22nd Annual Pro Bono Reception on October 26, 2017. The annual event, celebrated at The Hart Theater Lounge at the Egg in downtown Albany, was well attended by The Legal Project's many volunteers, supporters, local law firms and a variety of local restaurants. 100% of the proceeds from the event help support The Legal Project's pro bono programs.

The Legal Project was created in 1995 by the Capital District Women's Bar Association to address the unmet legal needs of victims of domestic violence, and those with too much income to qualify for free legal services from legal aid or other public resources, but with too little income to retain private attorneys.

D&G proudly supports The Legal Project and congratulates them on another successful event.

Photos from the event here.

LEFT TO RIGHT: Partners Jason Little, John Rodgers, Joann Sternheimer; HR & Marketing Generalist, Nicole Smith

Photo by Christopher Morris. Courtesy of The Legal Project.