The San Antonio Bar Association's Community Justice Program (CJP) has honored Norton Rose Fulbright's San Antonio office with its 2016 Outstanding Firm/Organization award. Our San Antonio office, which took on nearly 60 pro bono clients and cases over the past year, shares this year's accolade with USAA.
This is the third consecutive year our San Antonio office has won this award.
The CJP presented this and the organization's other 2016 pro bono awards recently at The Plaza Club on the top floor of the Frost Bank Building. Michael Parker (San Antonio) accepted the award on the firm's behalf.
The CJP is the pro bono project of the San Antonio Bar Association and provides free neighborhood-based legal services to individuals who may not otherwise have access to the legal system.
Learn more about Norton Rose Fulbright's pro bono efforts.
From left: San Antonio Bar Association President Bobby Barrera, San Antonio partner Michael Parker, State District Judge Larry Noll (Community Justice Program Sponsor), State District Judge David Canales (Community Justice Program Sponsor)