Chaffetz Lindsey’s lawyers support a number of charitable, cultural, and educational organizations in New York City and across the world, including the International Senior Lawyers Project (ISLP), International Rescue Committee (IRC) and New York International Arbitration Center (NYIAC). We encourage our clients, referral partners, vendors, and other friends to learn more about these organizations and to join us in our support of their good work.
The International Senior Lawyers Project
provides volunteer legal services by skilled and experienced attorneys to advance democracy and the rule of law, protect human rights, and promote equitable economic development worldwide. Through the pro bono work of retired and active practitioners, working independently and in law firms, ISLP helps governments and citizens develop and implement legal reforms, assists programs that advance the social and economic well-being of people in developing countries, and builds the capacity of local organizations and professionals to meet the needs of their communities. Chaffetz Lindsey partner David Lindsey is an ISLP board member. Chaffetz Lindsey is committed to providing ISLP financial support and assistance in fundraising and volunteer recruiting. To learn more about the ISLP, please contact David or click here.
The International Rescue Committee
responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives. At work in over 40 countries and 22 U.S. cities to restore safety, dignity and hope, the IRC leads the way from harm to home. Chaffetz Lindsey partner Cia Moss has been a long time supporter of the IRC and is currently a member of its GenR initiative which seeks to introduce the work of the IRC to a new generation of supporters. She also sat on the IRC’s Children’s Committee for many years and co-hosted the IRC’s Children’s Lunch in 2011. In May 2013, Chaffetz Lindsey hosted a fundraiser for the IRC, which included presentations on the IRC’s critical work to improve the lives of women and children affected by conflict and disaster. To learn more about the work of the IRC, please click here or contact Cia Moss.
The New York International Arbitration Center
(“NYIAC”) is a non-profit organization established to advance the conduct of international arbitration in New York. To this end, NYIAC offers world-class hearing rooms with the latest technology, develops programs and materials about the practice of international arbitration, and leads discussion about the role of New York as a center for resolving cross-border commercial disputes. Partner David Lindsey sits on the NYIAC Board. For more information about the center, please contact David or click here.
New York Lawyers for the Public Interest
“NYLPI” was established to advance equality and civil rights, with a focus on health justice, disability rights and environmental justice, through the power of community lawyering and partnerships with the private bar. Through community lawyering, NYLPI puts its legal, policy and community organizing expertise at the service of New York City communities and individuals. NYLPI’s partnership with the private bar strengthens its advocacy and connects community groups and non-profits with critical legal assistance. Founded in 1976 as a small-scale staff working to link low income clients and organizations with attorneys willing to volunteer pro bono legal services, NYLPI has grown into an unparalleled resource for low income, community-driven legal representation. Partner Charlie Scibetta sits on the Board of Directors for NYLPI. For more information about the organization, please contact Charlie or click here.