NFC is a place where passion meets purpose. We encourage our employees to utilize the Firm’s resources to make the community a better place. Empowering our employees to give back and make a change is a win-win for all.
The lawyers and staff of NFC recognize that pro bono legal service and volunteering are fundamental parts of our Core Values, and is critically important to those whom we assist. As such, the Social Responsibility Committee (“SRC”) is dedicated to increasing the Firm’s volunteering and community engagement efforts. The SRC oversees the Firm’s pro bono efforts including but not limited to pro bono employment law counseling to small businesses with an emphasis on minority and women-owned small businesses and the Firm’s participation in various legal clinics. NFC lawyers obtain pro bono work from a variety of sources including organizations such as:
NFC Attorneys along with Panasonic North America’s in-house legal department provided pro bono assistance at the Veterans Legal Wellness Clinic run by Lawyers for Justice at the VA Hospital in East Orange, NJ.
The NFC Team, along with family, friends and pets participated in the The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light The Night Walk. This inspirational evening event raises funds for treatments that are saving the lives of patients today. LLS is making cures happen by providing patient support services, advocacy for lifesaving treatments and the most promising cancer research anywhere. For more information on the Light the Night Walk, click here
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