Anderson & Kreiger’s very first case, a pro bono suit, achieved the clean-up of a contaminated public water supply. Twenty five years later, we work hard to keep scoring those kinds of victories often.
To do so, our culture prioritizes complex, high impact pro bono cases and discounted public client work. We treat billable and pro bono hours the same. These efforts pay off. Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly recognized us with a 2013 “Excellence in Pro Bono” award. A recent survey revealed that our clients like this about us. And we know that it makes us better – and happier – lawyers.
Oceana is the world’s largest nonprofit devoted to protecting the oceans. Most recently, we helped them achieve a historic victory when the Belize Supreme Court nullified offshore oil leases issued…>
When Boston University proposed opening the National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratories (Biolab) to research pathogens, such as anthrax and ebola, community members were concerned. The nearby low-income community has been…>
It may come as no surprise that Massachusetts has an “extraordinarily ambitious” response to global warming (Global Warming Solutions Act – GWSA). It calls for reducing MA’s total greenhouse gas…>
InnerCity Weightlifting gets at-risk youth off the streets, into the gym. Initially, the program trains teens in lifting weights, but once there, positive peer pressure helps to set them on…>
We are helping FACES (Framingham Action Coalition for Environmental Safety) make a hazardous waste site safe for the surrounding environmental justice community. The site – a former General Chemical Company…>
Environmental matters are naturally close to the heart of our many environmental lawyers. Most recently, we helped the Connecticut River Watershed Council restore the Chickley River in Hawley. The river’s…>