The attorneys of Huang Ybarra Singer & May LLP believe that excellent legal representation should be available to all who need it, not only to those with substantial means. We take seriously our obligations as members of the bar to contribute a significant amount of our legal services to low-income clients. Our firm does not view pro bono work as a training ground; like all of our work, our pro bono cases are opportunities to prove our worth as effective counsel.
Whether we are protecting the accused from an unfair trial in a criminal context, briefing and arguing an appeal before the Ninth Circuit on behalf of an undocumented immigrant who was denied a fair immigration trial, or seeking political asylum for a worthy recipient, we take on cases that deserve a fair shot with the same 100% commitment we give to all of our cases.
Our attorneys also volunteer their time to support acclaimed nonprofit organizations, including serving as trustees or directors on the boards of Homeboy Industries, Liberty Hill Foundation, Westside Infant-Family Network and the Mexican-American Bar Foundation.