Any law firm can be great because any firm can serve humanity.
To do so, a firm needs to be innovative, creative, and open to a new balancing of time and work.
This means more than traditional pro bono work. It means broader community service by helping:
disadvantaged segments of society; charities; civic, religious, and community organizations; displaced persons from within and without our borders; professional, industrial, trade, and public service groups; the homeless; the imprisoned; those who are physically or mentally ill, injured, or disabled; unemployed persons; distressed businesses; the hungry; the illiterate; the poor; and the marginalized, lonely, ignored, and maligned.
Firms can support public servants in the sectors of personal privacy, the arts, job training, financial and personal security, education, and scientific research and development.