The opportunity to serve each of the communities in which the firm works and plays is one of the greatest benefits of the legal profession. Individually and collectively, Frost Brown Todd employees seek to improve the quality of life throughout their communities. Attorneys and staff are free to determine the organizations and causes they wish to support and the nature of their support. As such, the firm participates in a diverse range of organizations and causes. The following is a list of just a few of the organizations the firm is involved with.

Our Involvement:

Pro Bono Legal Services

Frost Brown Todd is committed to providing pro bono legal services to individuals and organizations of limited financial means.   These services are generally available through the following groups:

In 2014, Frost Brown Todd attorneys provided over 3,588 hours of pro bono legal services to clients in need.  The Louisville office was awarded the 2011 Outstanding Law Firm award for pro bono work from the Legal Aid Society.  In Cincinnati, the attorneys commit to taking 40 cases per year from the Volunteer Lawyer Program.  These cases run the gamut in terms of legal problems and the firm's attorneys strive to solve for pro bono clients.  In Louisville, the attorneys agreed to represent victims of domestic violence in hearings for protective orders.  This project is aimed at correcting the problem of unrepresented victims seeking protective orders from violent offenders.  In Indianapolis, the attorneys volunteered for the Indianapolis Bar Association's Ask a Lawyer program, which provides free legal advice as a service to the community.