43 relationships between patients and caregivers with the goal of promoting compassionate end-of-life care. The center was established through the vision of Ken Schwartz, a former Mintz Levin attorney who, while battling cancer, recognized how the human kindness he received from his caregivers made his plight a little more bearable. Since helping to start the organization many years ago, Mintz Levin has played a major role in the success of the Schwartz Center. Attorney Steve Weiner serves as the organization’s general counsel, and attorneys Peter Biagetti and Tony Starr serve on the board. In addition, over the past three years, attorneys Dianne Bourque, Sue Finegan, Rachel Irving Pitts, Kate Stewart, Susan Weller, Ryan Cuthbertson, and Carrie Roll, along with legal specialists Jacobo Dib and Jacquelyn Cannata, have performed work for the Schwartz Center. The Mintz Levin team has helped the organization address governance concerns; structure and negotiate strategic initiatives, including facilitating its expansion into new geographic markets; restructure its business model with its affiliates for the provision of Schwartz Center Rounds; draft and review contracts; and handle intellectual property, trademark, and government relations issues. “Bridges become frames for looking at the world around us.” Bruce Jackson