Pro Bono Honors Mintz Levin was honored by the Political Asylum/ Immigration Representation (PAIR) Project with the Pro Bono Law Firm Award at the annual PAIR Gala. Commending the firm on its nearly three decades of support for asylum seekers, PAIR honored Mintz Levin “for its work which includes representing the first PAIR asylum client in 1990, fighting for a U visa win for a transgender client who was detained by ICE, representing Oscar Alfredo Ramírez Castañeda, its federal litigation work to protect immigrant rights in the wake of the travel ban, and above all, the firm’s steadfast commit- ment to those who were targeted in the wake of the attempted coup during the summer of 2016.” AILA New England recognized Sue Finegan, Susan Cohen, and the Mintz Levin Litigation Team for their effort in addressing the Trump administration’s travel ban and working with detainees at Logan airport. Boston Business Journal recognized former Mintz Levin attorney Senator Mo Cowan on its annual list of the Power 50: Game Changers. 32