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Potter Anderson recognized for pro bono work and charitable giving

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WILMINGTON – At the Delaware State Bar Association’s annual Christopher W. White Distinguished Access to Justice Awards Ceremony, Potter Anderson was recognized for their pro bono work and charitable giving.

They were honored to receive the Access to Justice Leadership Award for demonstrating outstanding leadership in the field of pro bono service to Delaware’s indigent population. They also received the United Way of Delaware’s Christopher J. Battaglia Award in the large firm category for the sixth year running for our support of the United Way of Delaware.

In accepting the Leadership Award on the firm’s behalf, Kathleen Furey McDonough, chair of Potter Anderson, congratulated all of the program’s award recipients, noting in a statement, “Your contributions make our state a wonderful place to practice and to work together to give back to our community.”

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