Sustaining Law Firms 2017-03-31T09:33:24+00:00

Sustaining Law Firms

2016/2017 Sustaining Law Firms Listing
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Sustaining Law Firms pledge a minimum of $350 for every attorney in the firm per year.

Sustaining Law Firm Donation/Pledge Form Download
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Frequently Asked Questions

What size or type firm qualifies as a Sustaining Law Firm?
Any size or type law firm qualifies – including solo practitioners, corporate legal departments, and small to large law firms.

What is the contribution requirement to become a Sustaining Law Firm?
The contribution requirement is $350 or more per attorney in the firm – with a total contribution reflecting at least the number of attorneys in the firm multiplied by $350.

Who can contribute?
Contributions can be made by individual attorneys, an attorney’s employer, or through a matching program.

Can non-monetary contributions, such as pro bono hours, count towards the contribution requirement to become a Sustaining Law Firm?
No. Qualification as a Sustaining Law Firm is based on financial support.

Do all monetary contributions to JALA count towards the contribution requirement to become a Sustaining Law Firm?
All contributions to JALA: General Fund, St. Johns County, Duval County, Clay County, Nassau County, and the United Way count towards the contribution requirement.

How will Sustaining Law Firms be recognized?
Sustaining Law Firms will be recognized in the Daily Record, presented with a JALA Sustaining Law Firm certificate, granted permission to use the JALA Sustaining Law Firm Mark, and acknowledged on the JALA website.