Kathryn Pfefferle and Boardman Clark Recognized by DCBA for Pro Bono Efforts

Boardman Clark attorneys were recently recognized by the Dane County Bar Association for their outstanding pro bono work over the last year. Kathryn Pfefferle received an Individual Attorney Award for her extensive pro bono efforts, including her work on two complex prisoner civil rights cases and cases from Domestic Abuse Intervention Services and the Legal Action of Wisconsin Volunteer Lawyers Project. Attorneys Marta Meyers, Dan Gartzke, Evan Tenebruso, and Sarah Zylstra were also recognized for being named to the 2018 Wisconsin Pro Bono Honor Society for providing at least 50 hours of pro bono service throughout the year.

Honorees were recognized at the annual Dane County Bar Association Pro Bono Breakfast on May 1st, 2019. The breakfast celebrates the importance of pro bono work in our community. 

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