42 NATIONAL NETWORK TO END DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Founded in 1990, the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV), a longtime pro bono client, is a national nonprofit membership and advocacy organiza- tion comprising a network of dozens of state and territorial coalitions against domestic violence. NNEDV represents over 2,000 local organizations dedicated to ending domestic violence through legal, legislative, and policy initiatives, as well as providing shelter, counseling, and legal services to victims and survivors of domestic violence and their families. Mintz Levin attorneys regularly provide counsel on corporate governance, real estate, and employment matters, as well as significant work on legislative and amicus matters. Attorneys Farrah Short, Joanne Hawana, Sandra Badin, Jennifer Sacco Smith, Tyrone Thomas, Mark Higgins, Matthew Cohen, Rob Sheridan, Ann Fievet, and Colleen Witherell and former Mintz Levin attorneys Anthony Hubbard and Alta Ray provided outside legal counsel to NNEDV throughout the year on a variety of matters. Former project analyst Sam Rothbloom and senior research analyst Jessica Bumpous also provided support. Farrah served as the client liaison this past year. NEW YORK CITY FAMILY COURT VOLUNTEER ATTORNEY PROGRAM Under the auspices of the New York City Family Court Volunteer Attorney Program, Mintz Levin attorneys help unrepresented litigants address family law issues, including child support, domestic violence, visitation, and custody. The program began in Brooklyn Family Court and has since expanded to Manhattan, Queens, Bronx, and Richmond Counties, with over 200 participating attorneys from more than 35 major law firms and companies. The program has helped thousands of families throughout the years. Each month, the attorneys involved with the program meet with litigants for one-time sessions that typically last about 30 minutes each. Attorney Bethany Hickey has coordinated the program for Mintz Levin since 2015. Mintz Levin attorneys Todd Rosenbaum, Stephanie Leopold, Yilei He, David Barres, and Rachel Gholston, along with former Mintz Levin attorneys Lauren Luptak and Elizabeth Kurpis, have also participated in the program in recent years. POLITICAL ASYLUM/IMMIGRATION REPRESENTATION PROJECT (PAIR) The Political Asylum/Immigration Representation Project (PAIR), a nonprofit organization, is the core provider of pro bono legal services to indigent political asylum-seekers in Massachusetts. In 1989, a coalition of legal services agencies, civil rights and civil liberties organizations, and bar associations formed PAIR to meet an emergency need for the legal representation of 83 workers, mostly from El Salvador, whom the INS arrested at the Suffolk Downs racetrack in Revere, Massachusetts. The PAIR Project, led by Mintz Levin attorney Martha Koster, is committed to providing legal services to secure the safety and freedom of asylum seekers and to promoting the rights of immigrant detainees. Numerous Mintz Levin attorneys have worked on PAIR cases this past year. SCHWARTZ CENTER FOR COMPASSIONATE HEALTHCARE The Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare is a nonprofit organization dedicated to strengthening Additional Pro Bono Highlights (continued)