Community

The Columbus office participated in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure this past Saturday. 40 people ran for the Dinsmore team and raised nearly $2,000 for the event.
Cincinnati attorneys conducted mock job interviews and provided career advice to Aiken High School students as part of the Business Education Connectivity Council. (L. Shaffer, R. Staples, R. Porotsky, A. Abes, R. Painter, D. Boyles, A. Rock, S. Weems, B. Greiner and M. Lampe)
Dinsmore is honored to be recognized as the top pro bono firm of 2017. Thank you Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio for the recognition!
Lexington’s Team Dinsmore participated in God’s Pantry Food Bank’s annual Basket Brigade.
The Dayton office hosted a chili cook off to benefit The Food Bank.
Attorney and Lexington Habitat for Humanity (LHFH) Ambassador Kristeena Johnson helped plan LHFH’s annual Bids 4 Builds Launch Party at 21c Museum Hotel. Bids 4 Builds raises money for Habitat through a live and silent auction. Dinsmore was proud to be the title sponsor of the event.
A representative from Leader Dogs for the Blind visited our Detroit office and brought Wesley, Rosie, Roman and Liza for a demonstration on how they train dogs to assist the visually impaired. Attorneys and staff presented the organization with donations they collected during the holiday season.
Several attorneys in the Columbus office participated in the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Rock ‘n Bowl event this past weekend and the Columbus office raised $1,525 for this event.
Attorney Robert Croft attended a service in honor of what would have been Muhammad Ali’s 76th birthday. The Muhammad Ali Center staff, Youth Programs and Board of Directors are partnering with Love the Hungry for a service project event on at the Muhammad Ali Center.
Some of our Private Client & Family Wealth Planning Services group spent an evening preparing dinner for the families at the Cincinnati Ronald McDonald House.
The Charleston office supports the Children's Therapy Clinic. Tom Hamm created a puzzle piece for the Art Auction for Autism & Community Puzzle Piece Challenge. (Ian Henry, Brian Moore, Kelsey Haught, Ashley Pack, Tom Hamm and Franki Parsons)
Dinsmore’s Cincinnati office filled 40 birthday bags for the homeless. The bags will be delivered to Our Daily Bread Ministries, Cincinnati’s largest soup kitchen, and distributed to people in need.
The Columbus office participated in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure this past Saturday. 40 people ran for the Dinsmore team and raised nearly $2,000 for the event.

Accomplish more: Caring

We’re only as strong as our communities, and at Dinsmore, we appreciate the value of giving time in the service of others. We’re as proud of the passion they demonstrate as much as the contributions they make.
 


Our motto at Dinsmore is “accomplish more,” and we take that seriously in every facet of our lives – whether it is helping a client or bettering our community. We encourage our attorneys and staff to get involved in their communities by serving on boards or volunteering. With the size of the firm and being in cities from coast-to-coast, we are impacting the lives of those around us on a daily basis. I’m proud of the firm and our commitment to both quality legal service and giving back to our communities.

— George H. Vincent, Managing Partner & Chairman



Each year, Dinsmore performs a wide variety of pro bono work using our training, experience and skills to provide legal services to those who cannot afford adequate legal representation.

In every location we serve, our attorneys and staff volunteer their time on community service and initiatives, ranging from larger coordinated causes to individualized efforts within each community involving local charities, food banks and non-profit organizations.

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