Blankingship & Keith is committed to providing pro bono legal services and financial support to civic and charitable organizations, as well as to needy individuals and families in our community.
We encourage everyone—from senior partners to paralegals and support staff—to participate in public service and pro bono initiatives.
This commitment is consistent with the aspirational goal of Rule 6.1 of the Virginia Rules of Professional Conduct, that “[a] lawyer should render at least two percent per year of the lawyer’s professional time to pro bono public legal services.”
We have made human service a priority by devoting most of our pro bono services to persons of limited means and designating a committee to oversee our various pro bono efforts. We are also committed to continuing its financial support of local legal aid organizations.