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About Us

Pro Bono: Making the Choice to Make an Impact

From humble beginnings to the law firm we've become, we remain devoted to helping our communities thrive.

The attorneys of Nexsen Pruet have long understood the importance of choosing to support the communities where we live and work.  It is a commitment that dates back to our early years, when Julian Nexsen, for whom our law firm is named, provided legal services free of charge to a wide range of charitable and nonprofit organizations in South Carolina. 

Today, we proudly carry on this rich tradition of assisting those who may have limited means to hire legal counsel or may be facing insurmountable obstacles as they seek access to justice. 

Our attorneys provide pro bono services to citizens throughout the Carolinas and to organizations dedicated to delivering legal services to those less fortunate.  We aim to identify pro bono clients who have both great need and who are most likely to benefit from our capabilities and experience.  Cases and matters span a wide range of practice areas and are handled by teams from all eight firm locations. 

Nexsen Pruet’s Pro Bono Committee reviews and approves all pro bono work to ensure it reflects firm policies and goals, while representing meaningful, powerful, and enduring opportunities to serve. 

Here are a few examples of how our attorneys are making the choice to make an impact:

Mike Scott, through his first project with the South Carolina Appellate Practice Project, secured the release of an individual who was originally accused and convicted by the court of drug trafficking in Spartanburg County and sentenced to 25 years in prison.  Click here or on the image to learn more.

Pro Bono Mission Statement and Policy