The Bet Tzedek Holocaust Survivors Justice Network was created by Bet Tzedek Legal Services (House of Justice) in pro bono partnership with the law firm of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips LLP to provide dignity and resources to Holocaust survivors.
For more of the story and to see our List of Coordinating and Participating Firms, click here.
In October 2007, the German government announced that it would make a one-time payment of €2,000 (EUR) to Holocaust survivors who worked while living in German-controlled ghettos during World War II. With time running out for many elderly survivors, Bet Tzedek jumped into action.
For more of the story, click the Bet Tzedek & Manatt Launch a Nationwide Pro Bono Program to Benefit Survivors link above.
Bet Tzedek has the honor of working with Jewish social service agencies, law firms and corporations in more than 20 active cities and more than 10 pending cities.
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To assist with next-stage strategic planning for HSJN, we have assembled a team of attorneys from 17 firms and in-house legal departments in 13 cities to act as a National Advisory Committee.