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SPS&R is committed to serving our local community and supporting the legal profession. Many of our attorneys are involved in a wide variety of civic activities, from sponsoring children in need, donating their time and legal services to non-profit organizations, to contributing to one of the many charitable events held in New Orleans throughout the year. In addition to our commitment to service in our civic community, SPS&R strives to foster strength and honor in the legal profession through involvement in pro bono organizations. Additionally, SPS&R attorneys serve as adjunct faculty members of local law schools and provide continuing legal education services to their peers.

Below is a sample of the numerous organizations which SPS&R attorneys support:

  • Advocacy Center
  • American Heart Association
  • Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Southeast Louisiana
  • Boys Town of Louisiana
  • The Good Shepard School
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Louisiana Bar Foundation
  • Louisiana State Bar Association Secret Santa Program
  • Make-A-Wish Foundation
  • The Pro-Bono Project
  • Second Harvest Food Bank
  • Southeast Louisiana Legal Services
  • SPCA
  • Teach for America
  • United Way
  • Volunteers of America

Latest News of Interest

In Memoriam – James A. Burton

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SPSR Welcomes New Associate, Alexandra “Alex” Celio. 

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SPSR Named 2020 "Best Law Firm", Receives Regional Tier 1 Practice Area Rankings

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David F. Bienvenu has been selected to serve as Chair of the ABA Standing Committee on Pro Bono and Public Service.

Douglas W. Redfearn was recently elected to serve as a Council Member to LSBA’s Corporate and Business Law Section for 2019-20. 

SPSR congratulates Judy Perry Martinez on becoming the American Bar Association’s 143rd president.

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SPSR Partners with Habitat for Humanity in 3rd Annual Women Build

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SPSR Receives State and Individual Honors in 2019 ChambersUSA


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