Commitment to Your Community
Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP is committed to every community we serve. With 500 attorneys in 24 offices across the country and in London, the opportunities for our attorneys to serve are endless. From Board of Directors roles for non-profit organizations to founders of initiatives in their area, our attorneys go well beyond just practicing law and serving their clients.
Individual attorneys at Hinshaw have received many honors for their time and dedication including, but not limited to, the 7th Circuit Bar Association's John Paul Stevens Award for Outstanding Pro Bono Service; the 2014 Spectrum Award for Women from the American Red Cross; the Chicago Bar Foundation Richard J. Phelan Public Service Award; The Florida Bar President's Pro Bono Service Award, 11th Judicial Circuit for 2015; the Dade County Bar Association’s Pro Bono Award for Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts; the Benjamin L. Cardin Public Service Award; the Outstanding Volunteer in Public Service Certificate from The Bar Association of San Francisco's Eviction Defense Project; the Legal Aid Society’s Pro Bono Publico Award; the Francis J. Rooney / St. Thomas More Award; the Chicago Volunteer Legal Services Foundation Distinguished Service Award; the Community Builder's Award; the 2015 Goucher College Alumnae/Alumni Award for Excellence in Public Service; and the Chicago Legal Clinic's Charles O'Lauglin Award for Pro Bono Service.
- David Alfini, Nicholas Corsano, Todd Young and William Lopez accept Hinshaw's sixth consecutive HRC Corporate Equality Index (CEI) Award in NYC in April 2015. More »
- Hinshaw's Pro Bono Program (pictured) is awarded the first annual Howard Joseph Award by Loyola University Chicago School of Law’s Life After Innocence (LAI) project. More »