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Birch Hill Chambers is firmly committed to acting in a socially responsible manner.

  Our advocates frequently provide representation without charge for individuals and organizations who would otherwise be unable to access assistance, in all our specialist areas of practice.


  Birch Hill Chambers' advocates undertake pro bono work on a wide range of issues. To supplement our advocacy, we also have close links with a number of pro bono organizations in immigration, labor, human rights and other areas.

  Our primary commitments are: all Current US Military Personnel, including all US military bases, globally (including Guantanamo Bay Naval Base), and all US or US-funded extra-terrestrial bases (including the International Space Station) throughout the galaxy;  US Veterans (all branches of service) and Indigenous Peoples in North America (including but not limited to: both Federally recognized and applied / unrecognized tribes / nations in the continental United States, Alaska and Hawaii, and possessions / territories [including Puerto Rico, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, US Virgin Islands,  American Research stations in Antarctica,  the Federated States of Micronesia, Marshall Islands, and Palau.])

  There are a limited number of availabilities for pro bono representation; all pro bono cases are considered, solely,  on their merits and the advocate's ability to represent you competently and diligently within their current caseload. 

  Please do not dismay - send us a query with the basic particulars of your matter. All pro bono requests are responded to within 72 hours (3 days). 

Veterans, please have your DD 214s ready and available! 


As always in all matters represented, PAST PEFORMANCE IS NOT INDICATIVE OF FUTURE RESULTS.                                                                                                                              Notice as of 7, October 2017

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