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This is a guest post from Ty Frankel, Esq., an associate at Bonnett, Fairbourn, Friedman, & Balint, P.C. and a valued member of the Florence Project’s Board of Directors. The Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) is the federal law governing overtime and minimum wage for workers across the United States. If workers have not been paid the requisite minimum[…]
Pro Bono Appreciation and Awards Ceremony Thursday, September 1, 2016 5:30 – 7:00 PM Generously hosted by Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP 201 East Washington Street, Suite 1200 in Phoenix Please join us to celebrate our pro bono attorneys and special awardees! Law Firm Partner of the Year – Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP Lifetime Achievement Award – Anthony Pelino,[…]
Did you know that by giving to the Florence Project you can receive up to a $800* Arizona tax credit? Basically, that means a free donation from you to provide legal and social services to detained immigrants in Arizona! The “Charitable Organization Tax Credit” is offered by the State of Arizona to organizations like[…]
Omar, a Florence Project client, was brought to the U.S. at age 4 and knows no other home besides Arizona. He shared his story with Florence Project supporters at a fundraising event in April of 2016.
“Fighting for immigrant rights with the Florence Project was a very rewarding experience for our pro bono team in 2015.” – Perkins Coie LLP Read more in the Perkins Coie Pro Bono Annual Report. We are so grateful to our pro bono partners!