Inclusion, as an ethic and behavior, drives much of the Brinks work culture; it also drives the Brinks tradition of reaching out meaningfully and often to the community at large. Our firm has a history of making a difference, in both legal and non-legal capacities, for individuals and groups whose needs far outdistance their resources. Helping such individuals and groups is crucial to how we view ourselves as a law firm, as attorneys and as people. To that end, we maintain a vigorous presence in philanthropic activities through both pro bono work and community service projects.
Our Pro Bono Committee and our written pro bono policy emphasize that service to those of limited means is the essence of pro bono. Every Brinks attorney is encouraged to represent qualifying need-based clients. We devote our legal services and resources to matters involving eviction, immigration, asylum and criminality, as well as to the intellectual property law issues facing non-profit organizations. For more information about Brinks's pro bono program, please visit our main website: www.usebrinks.com.
Community Service Projects
Brinks is dedicated to public service in non-legal settings through a variety of organized endeavors. Many center around schools, children and families in poor urban areas of Chicago, the home city of our corporate office. From delivering gifts to children at holiday time, sponsoring internships for high school students and providing hands-on help at service project sites, Brinks devotes time, people and resources to serving the community at large. To learn more, please visit our main website: www.usebrinks.com.