Media Mentions

Josh Natzel’s Pro Bono Work Featured in Legal Aid’s Annual Report


The Legal Aid 2014 Annual Report features one of Josh Natzel’s pro bono cases. The article, “The Courage to Step Forward for Justice,” profiles Natzel's client, Jairo, and the hurdles he faced after his benefits were significantly reduced when he was injured on the job. He was introduced to Natzel through Legal Aid, and the two worked together to obtain the compensation that Jairo was due.

Josh contributed about 25 total hours on this full representation case—25 hours that had an extraordinary impact on a man’s well–being. The opportunity to do pro bono work, especially full representation, is very important to Natzel. “I’m lucky to work at Lindquist & Vennum. Our firm is committed to community service and pro bono work. It’s a core value of our firm and for me personally. I enjoy helping all of my clients, but to help someone who truly needs it and can’t pay for it—well, it’s hard to put into words, the feeling I get from that,” stated Natzel.

Read the article.

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