May 1, 2024 Twenty-three Kellogg Hansen attorneys qualified for recognition on the 2023 Capital Pro Bono Honor Roll for contributing fifty hours or more of pro bono work to those who cannot afford legal counsel.  Twelve Kellogg Hansen attorneys also qualified for the High Honor Roll for providing one hundred hours or more of pro bono service.  The District of Columbia Courts have recognized attorneys through the Capital Pro Bono Honor Roll since 2011. 

The complete list of 2023 Honor Roll members hail from 166 firms, solo practices, federal and local government agencies, corporations, associations, and public interest organizations, accounting for least 392,750 hours of pro bono service across all types of practice. It can be found here.

Chief Judge Anna Blackburne-Rigsby of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals and Chief Judge Anita Josey-Herring of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia stated:

“Thank you for answering – and in many cases exceeding – the call to service embodied by Rule 6.1. We know that your actions stem not only from a commitment to your ethical obligations, but also from your principled belief in equal access to justice. We are pleased to recognize your dedication by including your name on this year’s Capital Pro Bono Honor Roll.” 

Kellogg Hansen 2023 Capital Pro Bono Honor Roll

  • Rachel T. Anderson*
  • Scott K. Attaway*
  • Justin B. Berg*
  • Geoffrey Block*
  • Mary Charlotte Y. Carroll*
  • Tiberius T. Davis
  • Abigail E. DeHart*
  • Hannah D.C. DePalo
  • D. Chanslor Gallenstein
  • Nataliia Gillespie
  • Jordan R. Gonzalez
  • Minsuk Han*
  • Mark P. Hirschboek
  • Derek T. Ho*
  • Geoffrey M. Klineberg*
  • Ariela M. Migdal
  • Matthew D. Reade*
  • Catherine M. Redlingshafer
  • Derek C. Reinbold*
  • Caroline A. Schechinger
  • Andrew Skaras
  • Alex P. Treiger*
  • Daren G. Zhang*

* denotes High Honor Roll