David Hoffman Recognized for Donating Over 100 Hours to VLS's Cases


David Hoffman was recognized on Thursday, June 21 at the Volunteer Legal Services of Central Texas Annual Covington Pro Bono Service Awards for his commitment to pro bono. In 2017, David devoted over 100 hours representing low-income Central Texans on their civil legal aid cases.

The Covington Pro Bono Service Awards are an opportunity to celebrate the attorneys and firms who have devoted an extraordinary amount of time providing pro bono legal services to the low-income clients of Volunteer Legal Services (VLS) in the past year.

The Volunteer Legal Services of Central Texas provides civil legal services to low-income people through attorney volunteers in Travis County. These attorneys help people with critical matters, such as helping victims of abuse end violent relationships, connecting persons with disabilities with medical and financial benefits, and keeping people out of homelessness by defending against wrongful evictions and foreclosures.

Fish has worked with VLS for many years, representing low-income clients on probate matters, wills and estates issues, consumer law matters, and in matrimonial cases in family court, and was honored at Thursday's event as being a "Law Firm Leader" for its commitment to serving VLS Clients.

For more information about the Volunteer Legal Services of Central Texas and the Covington Pro Bono Service Awards, visit the organization’s website.