MoFo Perspectives podcast episodes take a deeper dive into the pro bono matters our lawyers have undertaken, probing timely issues and topics associated with these significant matters. Tune in to learn more.
In part one of this year’s Fellows subseries, Wetmore Fellow Nisha Bajania hosts a discussion with MoFo Partner Alexander Lawrence and Melissa Murray, NYU School of Law’s Frederick I. and Grace Stokes Professor of Law and Faculty Director of the Birnbaum Women’s Leadership Network, about the ongoing battle for reproductive rights.
In this episode of Diversity in Practice, MoFo Pro Bono Counsel Dorothy Fernandez is joined by Joe Palmore, co‑chair of our Appellate and Supreme Court practice and managing partner of our Washington, D.C. office, and Washington, D.C. litigation associate Adam Sorensen, also a member of the firm’s Appellate and Supreme Court practice, to discuss the amicus brief they filed on behalf of award-winning historians David W. Blight and Gaines M. Foster, supporting Virginia Governor Ralph Northam’s order to remove the statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee from Richmond’s Monument Avenue.
In this special pro bono episode of MoFo Perspectives, MoFo associates Spencer McManus and Karen Leung speak with partner Derek Foran and National Abortion Federation (NAF) Chief Program Officer Melissa Fowler about their long, hard-fought legal battle to prevent the release of a smear campaign against abortion providers by anti-abortion extremists.
In this special pro bono episode of MoFo Perspectives, moderated by MoFo’s Caitlin Crujido, partners Natalie Fleming Nolen and Christine Wong are joined by Equal Rights Advocates senior counsel Brenda Adams to discuss two important Title IX matters and the role the law plays in ensuring gender equity and protecting individuals from sexual harassment and violence in the workplace and in our schools.
In this MoFo Perspectives podcast, litigation partner Alexis Amezcua speaks with trial titan Arturo González about his extensive experience handling civil rights cases involving police misconduct, the policy reforms that have resulted from those cases, and what he thinks needs to happen to establish true equality in the eyes of the law.