The Pro Bono Program

Guggenheim’s pro bono initiative contributes to fulfilling our CSR mission.


In 2018 Guggenheim Partners launched the Pro Bono Program for attorneys in the Law and Regulatory Compliance Department. The program was expanded in 2019 to include all members of the Law and Regulatory Compliance Department in all Guggenheim offices. The initiative supports the Firm’s commitment to investing in communities through corporate citizenship programs and will help address the gap between the need for legal services and the services available to low-income individuals and organizations that support them.

By making available pro bono and law-related volunteer opportunities to members of the Law and Regulatory Compliance Department, the Pro Bono Program allows department members to participate and give back, contributing to the Firm's Corporate Social Responsibility mission.

In our pro bono work, we have partnered with non-profit organizations, legal services providers, and law firms, and participated in clinics and programs addressing matters related to immigration, small businesses, criminal justice, among others. Additionally, we have participated in law-related volunteer opportunities with non-profit organizations servicing low income, minority and immigrant high school students. For example, we have participated in constitutional law debate competitions and facilitated discussions on areas of law impacting young people.

Guggenheim’s Pro Bono Program is managed by a Pro Bono Committee comprised of Law and Regulatory Compliance Department members as well as the heads of Diversity and Inclusion and Corporate Social Responsibility.

 



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