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Community Involvement

Firm Donates to Poor Roberts Charities

Heather Dlhopolsky Recipient of Prestigious Pro Bono Service Award

Linowes and Blocher Partners Participate in Habitat for Humanity's Team Build

As a law firm, Linowes and Blocher LLP is committed to making the communities in which we live, work and play better places. We are active in numerous non-profit organizations where our attorneys not only serve on boards and sponsor events, but roll up their sleeves to lend a helping hand. We have long supported pro-bono programs providing legal services to the homeless and soup kitchens as well as helping to obtain regulatory approvals for group homes and housing programs.