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New Corporate Pro Bono Challenge℠ Signatory: Allstate Insurance Company

Please welcome the newest Corporate Pro Bono Challenge℠ Signatory: Allstate Insurance Company. The legal department of this company has become the latest corporate legal department to sign onto the Corporate Challenge℠, developed by Corporate Pro Bono (CPBO), a joint initiative of the Association of Corporate Counsel and the Pro Bono Institute.

Congratulations to Michele Coleman Mayes, Senior Vice President and General Counsel of Allstate Insurance Company, for making this commitment to pro bono a matter of record by signing the Corporate Pro Bono Challenge℠.

The CPBO Challenge℠ is designed to empower corporate legal departments to identify, benchmark, and communicate their commitment to pro bono service. As part of the Challenge, Chief Legal Officers encourage and promote pro bono service by their legal department staff and use their best efforts to encourage at least one-half of their legal staff to support and participate in pro bono service. In addition, Chief Legal Officers encourage outside law firms with whom they work to acknowledge publicly their support for pro bono by becoming Signatories to the Pro Bono Institute’s Law Firm Pro Bono Challenge℠.  All Corporate Challenge℠ Signatory legal departments receive information, guidance, and tailored support, free of charge, from CPBO to strengthen their existing pro bono programs or to start new ones.

To view the full text of the Corporate Challenge℠ or to find the complete list of Corporate Challenge℠ Signatories, visit www.cpbo.org.

To become a Corporate Challenge℠ Signatory, or to obtain more information about the Corporate Challenge℠, please contact Eve Runyon, Project Director of CPBO, at erunyon@probonoinst.org, or visit www.cpbo.org.


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