A November 2010 Lex Mundi Pro Bono Foundation e-newsletter article
offers a spotlight on the pro bono work of Paul Ferrara for the Laundromat Project, a community-based public art nonprofit organization that uses New York City laundromats to host a variety of art programs and projects for the benefit of lower-income communities.
Paul led a team of other Alston & Bird attorneys in successfully gaining for the organization federal tax-exempt status. The Laundromat Project’s founder is quoted in the article as lauding Paul’s work: “Paul and the other lawyers at Alston & Bird were incredibly responsive and offered sound counsel. We couldn’t have asked for a better team.”
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