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The firm encourages all attorneys to find a way to participate in pro bono projects and community service. DWT is a signatory to the Law Firm Pro Bono Challenge and commits to providing 3% of its annual hours to pro bono. Individual lawyers doing pro bono work can earn billable credit up to 8% of their annual billable-hours goal.

Access to Agency Records Helps Veterans Get Benefits
In 2016, Burt BravermanRonald London and Adam Shoemaker of the Washington, D.C., office represented post-Vietnam War veterans in Freedom of Information Act litigation that sought access to agency records relevant to pursuit of benefits for injuries and illnesses arising from exposure to aircraft used for spraying Agent Orange during the war. The attorneys settled both cases and received attorney’s fees from both agencies. The favorable settlement aided in the successful effort to change the Department of Veterans Affairs’ stance on presumptive exposure to Agent Orange, resulting in increased access to medical benefits for veterans.

Greene and Watterson Help Draft Guide about Mental Health Concerns for College Graduates
Partner Adam Greene and former DWT associate Anna Watterson helped prepare a guide about mental illness for the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) for departing college students and their families. The guide includes information on how to navigate certain privacy laws.

The guide is called Starting the Conversation: College and Your Mental Health and was released in August 2016. 

D.C. Lawyers Recognized for Pro Bono Efforts
The Standing Committee on Pro Bono Legal Services of the Judicial Conference of the District of Columbia Circuit honored DWT's Washington, D.C. office for having 40 percent of its lawyers in Washington performing 50 or more hours of pro bono work in 2015. The lawyers who launched the firm into the winner's circle are: Alison Schary, Bob Corn-Revere, Ronald London, David Silverman, Micah Ratner, Leslie Moylan, Wesley Heppler, Adam Shoemaker, James Smith, Marni Shapiro, Adam Caldwell, Tajma Rahimic, Lisa Zycherman, Peter Karanjia, Bradley Guyton, and Anna Watterson.
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