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Brian Bernhard, Legal Administrator
Elkind Alterman Harston, PC
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Colorado Supreme Court Recognizes Palmer Polaski for Commitment to Pro Bono Representation in 2010
Denver, Colorado, April 8th – In an afternoon ceremony at the University of Colorado Law School, the Colorado Supreme Court recognized Palmer Polaski among many other law firms, solo practitioners, and in-house counsel for having met the annual goal of averaging at least 50 hours of pro bono legal services per Colorado-licensed attorney in 2010. Pro bono legal services are provided primarily for the indigent and/or organizations serving the indigent. “Pro bono legal services are in extreme demand in the field of immigration and Elkind Alterman Harston remains committed to helping address the tremendous need in our community,” said Palmer Polaski partner, David Harston. If your organization routinely represents immigrants in need of pro bono services, please contact an Palmer Polaski attorney or our firm administrator. For more information about pro bono services and the Colorado Supreme Court’s recognition program, go to: http://www.courts.state.co.us/Media/Press_Docs/pro%20bono%20commitment%202011%20FINAL.pdf
About Palmer Polaski
Palmer Polaski located in lower downtown Denver at Blake Street Terrace, offers a full line of services to fulfill employment-based and family immigration, deportation defense, asylum and refugee law. The partners bring more than 60 years of combined experience dealing exclusively with the complexities of the immigration process. All three partners are former Chapter Chairs of the Colorado Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyer’s Association. U.S. News Media Group and Best Lawyers ranked Palmer Polaski in the top tier of Colorado immigration law firms in their 2010 inaugural issue of Best Law Firm rankings. The attorneys are supported by a seven-person staff that has decades of experience working in the government, non-profit and corporate immigration law sectors. The ever-changing world of post 9/11 America requires keeping up with all aspects of the flux of immigration law. Elkind Alterman Harston takes a high-touch approach to every case, serving as client advocates and educating employers and individuals as they navigate through the immigration process. The firm regularly represents clients throughout the state of Colorado including Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, Grand Junction, Glenwood Springs, Pueblo, Summit County and throughout the United States and around the world. To learn more or to schedule a consultation, visit www.EAHimmigration.com or call 303-736-6650.