Investing in Communities

We are committed to investing time and resources into the communities we serve to improve the economic and social well-being of our neighbors.

We are proud to partner with, and invest in local and national organizations – some of which are listed below – that are committed to the our common goal of building thriving communities. The firm does not give to organizations that discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, status as a veteran or status in any group protected by federal, state or local law.

Partner Organizations


Puppies Behind Bars

Cadwalader’s pro bono engagement with Puppies Behind Bars has included work on license agreements, advice on IP issues, and more. The Firm is proud to support an organization that means so much to so many—from the veterans and first responders who benefit from the companionship and skills of the service dogs to the PBB staff and incarcerated individuals who help train the puppies.



Over the past decade, our Not-for-Profit Incubator has incorporated nearly 400 not-for-profit organizations.

Other Initiatives

Nonprofit Board Members

Our employees are committed to making a difference in their communities and several serve on nonprofit boards, playing an integral part in addressing the needs and issues of their communities.

Jodi Avergun

serves on the board of
DEA Educational Foundation

Chris Cox

serves on the board of
Catholic Big Sisters
and Big Brothers

Aisha Greene

serves on the board of
Rohan Levy Foundation

Ellen Holloman

serves on the board of
Center for Employment

Stephanie Katz

serves on the board of
Vocal Ease

Hannah Kaufman

serves on the board of
Perfect, Inc.

Alan Lawrence

serves on the board of
Puppies Behind Bars

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