Since its founding in 1953, Gordon Feinblatt LLC has made a commitment to supporting the people of Maryland.
With the development of our corporate social responsibility (CSR) role and initiative, we created an annual report highlighting some of the projects we completed within the past year. Click here for the full report.
Welcome to the first video in the series “Up Close and Personal” where we tell you who we are and why we do what we do. Our CSR administrator Alex Montanio provides a quick insight into our CSR initiative, what it entails, why she enjoys the role and her goal as the CSR administrator.
Eugene Feinblatt, co-founder of the Firm, was a great contributor to the development of the State of Maryland and the City of Baltimore. Continuing this tradition, Gordon Feinblatt is committed to supporting the community in which we live and work.
Our lawyers provide pro bono legal counsel to individuals and organizations of limited financial means. We work closely with a number of organizations, including the Public Justice Center, Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service, The Community Law Center, The Legal Aid Bureau, The Women’s Law Center and Advocates for Children and Youth. The Firm accepts hundreds of pro bono cases annually, representing more than 1,300 hours of pro bono time.
In addition, our attorneys and professionals offer their time and talent to participate on the boards of directors and committees of, and as volunteers for, more than 100 nonprofit organizations, donating thousands of hours each year serving in these capacities.
The firm donated computers, monitors and phones to PCs for Maryland after relocating to our new offices at Fleet Street. The devices will be refurbished and distributed to families and nonprofits across Maryland to help close the digital divide.
Gordon Feinblatt has been a proud sponsor of Kennedy Krieger Institute’s annual Festival of Trees, which raises funds to support patients and their families. This year’s tree theme, “Frozen Extravaganza” was decorated in a socially distanced affair by members of Community Engagement Committee.