Butler Snow is pleased to announce it has joined Momentum Nonprofit Partners as a key pro bono service provider. In this role, the firm will work with Momentum to provide pro bono legal services to its more than 650 member organizations.
“Our member organizations are in need of legal services, but their resources are often limited,” said Kevin Dean, Ed.D., Chief Executive Officer of Momentum Nonprofit Partners. “Thanks to Butler Snow, our nonprofit member organizations will have access to the legal services needed for compliance and other matters and will be better able to focus on furthering their mission.”
As the leading provider of key nonprofit services in Memphis, Momentum Nonprofit Partners builds the momentum of the nonprofit sector to drive equitable, measurable and lasting change. By connecting nonprofits to resources, decision-making forums and other area nonprofits, the organization seeks to ensure that Memphis nonprofits are sustainable, have an equal seat at the decision-making table, are representative of the communities they serve, operate at the highest capacity and work collaboratively to create a stronger city. Membership is free and open to nonprofit organizations as well as those organizations seeking nonprofit status.
“At Butler Snow, we are always seeking opportunities to strengthen the communities in which our attorneys and staff live and work,” said Linda Warren Seely, Pro Bono Counsel at Butler Snow. “We are proud to be working with Momentum Nonprofit Partners as a key pro bono service provider and look forward to providing legal assistance to the organization and its nonprofit member organizations to maximize their impact on the community.”
Butler Snow’s pro bono program offers legal services in litigation and non-litigation matters for individuals and nonprofit organizations to directly benefit the communities where the firm’s attorneys live and work. The firm’s culture promotes collaboration to provide the exact experience each pro bono client needs. Butler Snow has a standing Pro Bono Committee and is a member of the Law Firm Pro Bono Project of the Pro Bono Institute (PBI). The firm and its attorneys have been recognized for their dedication to providing pro bono services, approaching every pro bono matter with the same exacting professional standards applicable for all paying client matters.