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Mar. 23, 2020

Sidley team raises money during LA Big 5k run/walk

The firm’s earnings went to Public Counsel, a non-profit firm which works to provide legal services to people who live at or below the poverty level.

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From left, Jimmy Gomez, Lejuane Johnson, Penn Neubert, Stacy Horth-Neubert, Andrew Cogan, Luke Ashworth, Elvia Nava, Ana Karen Rivera, Jennifer Ganesh, Tracy Smith, Cat Zhang, Victor Preciado, Marisol Ramirez and Marilyn Loo.

Attorneys and staff from Sidley Austin LLP came together to raise funds for Public Counsel at the annual Run For Justice held at the LA Big 5K run/walk on March 7.

As an official charity of the Los Angeles Marathon, participants can fundraise for Public Counsel’s Run For Justice by participating in the LA Big 5K run/walk or the Los Angeles Marathon.

The Sidley team ran, walked and jogged the LA Big 5K, held at Dodger Stadium.

Public Counsel is the nation’s largest non-profit law firm, which works to provide legal services to people who live at or below the poverty level. The pro bono law firm is celebrating 50 years of service this year. The organization works in various areas including veterans advocacy, appellate law and federal pro se, homelessness prevention law, as well as both children’s and immigration rights.

— Kamila Knaudt

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