Since its founding in 1953, Gordon Feinblatt LLC has made a commitment to supporting the people of Maryland.
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 non-profit organizations, donating thousands of hours each year serving in these capacities.
In recognition of Earth Day, the Firm participated in a community clean-up of Bear Creek Park and Shoreline on April 13, 2019. The event was led by a local nonprofit, Clean Bread and Cheese Creek Community Cleanups, in conjunction with American Rivers, Trash Free Maryland, National Public Lands Day and the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay as part of their annual Project Clean Stream. Chris McMahan and his two children, Alex Montanio, and Ashley Rosenblatt collected trash and recyclables along the shore of Bear Creek in a historic park where both British and American troops set up positions during the War of 1812.