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Erin Meyer

Erin Meyer

Pro Bono Counsel

Erin Marie Meyer works with William Silverman, the Firm’s pro bono partner, in managing Proskauer’s global pro bono program, which provides assistance to individual clients and nonprofit organizations in litigation and transactional matters. Erin creates new pro bono opportunities for Proskauer lawyers through working with a diverse network of legal services and nonprofit organizations. She also provides practice support and supervision to lawyers handling a variety of pro bono projects, and maintains her own case load of pro bono litigation matters.

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For Lawyers Representing Trafficking Survivors: Best Practices in Cooperating with Law Enforcement

Proskauer was privileged to host a panel presentation this month on the topic of representing victim witnesses in cooperating with law enforcement investigations and prosecutions of human traffickers. The panel featured Jane Kim, Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York; Jessica-Wind Abolafia, Director of Sanctuary for Families’ Anti-Trafficking Initiative; Lori Cohen, … Continue Reading

Proskauer, Pro Bono and Pride: A Q&A with LGBTQ+ Nonprofit Founder Michael Narain

This post contains sensitive subject matter. We sat down with Michael Narain, the founder of Out My Closet, to talk about the vital role this nonprofit organization plays in the lives of at-risk LGBTQ+ youth and how Proskauer’s pro bono collaboration has helped to advance the organization’s mission. In your own words, what does Out … Continue Reading

Guiding Hospitals in Providing Ethical Health Care to Intersex Patients

Today, an increasing number of medical practitioners are recognizing the importance of providing appropriate, non-discriminatory, and patient-centered health care to people born with intersex traits.  “Intersex” is an umbrella term used to describe a wide range of inborn variations in sex characteristics that do not seem to fit typical binary notions of male or female … Continue Reading
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