Fredrikson & Byron attorneys Gail F. Brandt and Sandra Smalley-Fleming were recognized for their outstanding pro bono volunteer service performed in Special Juvenile Immigration Status cases for young women.
The Minnesota State Bar Association (MSBA) recognized 55 Fredrikson & Byron attorneys as North Star Lawyers. North Star Lawyers are MSBA members who have provided 50 hours or more of pro bono service to low-income individuals or organizations that serve economically disadvantaged individuals during the 2019 calendar year.
USPTO has named Fredrikson & Byron a recipient of the 2019 Patent Pro Bono Achievement Certificate. The certificate recognizes individuals and law firms who contributed over 100 attorney hours of patent attorney pro bono during 2019.
The Children’s Law Center of Minnesota (CLC) promotes the rights and interests of Minnesota’s children in the judicial, child welfare, health care and education systems.
The Minnesota State Bar Association (MSBA) recognized 58 Fredrikson & Byron attorneys as North Star Lawyers.
A team from Fredrikson & Byron is receiving recognition from The Advocates for Human Rights for its pro bono legal representation of the national Somali 92 Team.
Fredrikson & Byron is the First Private Law Firm to Receive the Sam Dalton Capital Defense Advocacy Award
Fredrikson & Byron has been recognized by the Louisiana Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (LACDL) as a recipient of the 2018 Sam Dalton Capital Defense Advocacy Award for the firm’s pro bono work relating to four death penalty cases in Louisiana. Fredrikson & Byron is the first private law firm to receive this award.
The Minnesota State Bar Association (MSBA) recognized 59 Fredrikson & Byron attorneys as 2017 North Star Lawyers.
The Metropolitan Economic Development Association (Meda) has named Fredrikson & Byron the 2017 Corporate Volunteer of the Year.
The First Judicial District awarded its eighth annual Amicus Curiae Award to Fredrikson & Byron.