Community

Members of Dinsmore's Columbus office were proud to run and walk in Saturday's 2019 Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, benefiting breast cancer research. The event raised nearly $1 million toward the cause.
Our Huntington office sponsored in the Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl for Kids’ Sake Battle of the Barristers. Proceeds support youth mentoring in the West Virginia, Kentucky, and Ohio areas surrounding Huntington.
Dinsmore’s Pittsburgh office sponsored and participated in the CASA of Allegheny County Superhero Run this weekend. CASA recruits, trains and supervises community volunteers who advocate for abused and neglected children in court and throughout the child welfare system.
Congratulations to Dinsmore associate Ray Harrell, one of 12 attorneys chosen to attend last weekend's West Virginia Bar Foundation Lawyer Leadership Institute, which helps train young attorneys for future influential positions.
Dinsmore's Louisville office hosted a charity plant sale to benefit West End School. Volunteers, led by paralegal and resident gardening guru Kerry Ingle, raised more than $600 from sales of heirloom beefsteak tomato and bell, jalapeno, and other pepper plants.
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 is one of the United Way’s Tremendous 25 Corporate Companies.
Members of Dinsmore's Columbus office were proud to run and walk in Saturday's 2019 Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, benefiting breast cancer research. The event raised nearly $1 million toward the cause.

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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