Pro Bono Institute has launched two new initiatives in honor of Esther F. Lardent, PBI’s founder and President and CEO for almost two decades. The Esther F. Lardent Fund for Innovation in Pro Bono, established by PBI’s Board of Directors in 2015, has been created to support new and innovative pro bono projects designed to close the justice gap. The primary goal of the Fund is to ensure that Esther’s vision of a society in which everyone receives equal treatment under the law remains strong and that the work to realize that vision through new and innovative initiatives will continue for generations to come.
As part of the Fund, PBI launched the Esther F. Lardent Leadership in Pro Bono Series. The series will be comprised of leadership dinners, educational forums, and networking events designed to bring together the legal community to promote innovative and creative dialogue on legal practice and access to justice.
Please contact Danny Reed, Director of Development, at 202.729.6691 or email@example.com for more information about upcoming events, to discuss hosting a series event in your city, or to make a contribution to the Esther F. Lardent Fund for Innovation in Pro Bono.
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Esther F. Lardent Fund for Innovation in Pro Bono
National Leadership Committee
Hilarie Bass, Co-President, Greenberg Traurig
Ivan Fong, Senior Vice President, Legal Affairs and General Counsel, 3M Company
Ken Frazier, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Merck & Co.
Elisa Garcia, Chief Legal Officer, Macy’s Inc.
Greg Jordan, General Counsel and Chief Administrative Officer, The PNC Financial Services Group
Stasia Kelly, Co-Managing Partner (Americas), DLA Piper
Hon. Jonathan Lippman, Of Counsel, Latham & Watkins
Regina Pisa, Chairman Emeritus, Goodwin Procter
Thomas Sabatino, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, Aetna Inc.
Robert Sheehan, Of Counsel, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom
David Williams, Managing Principal, Policy, Government Relations and Citizenship, Deloitte LLP