The firm's attorneys and staff volunteer their time and give their support to a variety of educational and community social service organizations and activities throughout the year.
The Alvin R. Christovich Endowed Professorship
To commemorate the 75th anniversary of Alvin R. Christovich’s graduation from law school, the firm along with the Christovich and Kearney families established The Alvin R. Christovich Endowed Professorship at Loyola University School of Law. This endowment was created to advance defense trial practice, legal professionalism and ethical standards.
The Pro Bono Project
The firm's attorneys volunteer their time and experience by participating in The Pro Bono Project, a non-profit organization of volunteer attorneys who represent indigent clients in civil matters. The Pro Bono Project is committed to providing full access to our justice system for these citizens.
HELP: Homeless Experience Legal Protection
Attorneys from Christovich & Kearney have been volunteers for this program since it was started by United States District Court Judge Jay Zainey in 2004. The program provides weekly legal clinics offering pro bono advice and representation for homeless individuals.
Christovich & Kearney attorneys have also volunteered and served on the Executive Committees and Boards of Directors of various civic and charitable organizations, such as:
- U. S. Biennial, Inc.
- LSU/Louisiana Business Technology Center Technical Advisory Counsel
- WRBH Reading Radio
- Jewish Endowment Foundation of Louisiana
- New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity
- Louisiana Landmarks Society
- New Orleans Jewish Community Center
- STAIR (Start the Adventure Reading)
- Shakespeare Festival at Tulane