Community and Pro Bono
While Fragomen professionals have a long history of participating in such activities on an individual basis, as the firm has grown, we have taken our commitment to a higher level.
In the second half of 2014, we implemented a requirement that all U.S. attorneys provide a minimum of 50 hours of pro bono work annually.
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The Fragomen Fellowship
The Fragomen Fellowship is a two-year fellowship for new immigration lawyers at the City Bar Justice Center in New York...
Fragomen in London gets into the Christmas Spirit
Our team in London recently made Christmas merrier for impoverished people in Eastern Europe by partnering with Rotary Shoebox Scheme...
Don't Cry, Mommy
In her blog entry for The American Immigration Lawyers Association, Fragomen’s Catherine Macris shares her recent experience helping families in need...
Fragomen in Dilley for CARA Family Detention Pro Bono Project
Next week, a team of 16 immigration attorneys and paralegals is traveling to Dilley, Texas to join CARA in its...
CBJC Holds Immigration Law Clinic for Homeless Families
In a blog published in the New York State Bar Association’s pro bono newsletter, Fragomen’s Danny Alicea and Lisa Pearlstein, Director...
Fragomen Attorneys Receive Community Ambassador Award
Congratulations to Fragomen Fellow Danny Alicea and Associate Aviva Meerschwam for winning Year Up New York's “Community Ambassador Award.” The...
Fragomen Leaps Ahead in The American Lawyer Pro Bono Rankings
Fragomen made a drastic jump in The American Lawyer’s 2016 Pro Bono Rankings of National Firms by moving from 143rd...
A look back at Fragomen’s 2015 Pro Bono Practice
Last year was an exciting time for the firm’s pro bono practice. Our attorneys provided more than 15,000 pro bono...