Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest
- New Jersey
In 2009, Lowenstein Sandler expanded its historic commitment to public and community service by creating the Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest. The Center maximizes impact by focusing the firm’s pro bono efforts and deepening its partnerships with leading nonprofit and community organizations. Led by a career public interest lawyer, Catherine Weiss, the Center staff work to foster and support pro bono efforts in each of the firm’s offices.
From its founding, Lowenstein Sandler has been committed to advancing the public interest and serving communities in need. The Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest embodies this commitment, directing the firm’s strong pro bono program and other forms of civic and philanthropic engagement. Through these efforts, the Center addresses significant social problems and offers meaningful assistance to low-income and other vulnerable persons along with the organizations that advocate for and support them. This work engages the full range of the firm’s talents and reflects the core values that imbue all of the firm’s efforts: to perform work of the highest quality in a manner that maximizes results for our clients and causes.