With the Wall Street meltdown and law firm closings dominating the headlines, this may be a good time to build up some good karma. For lawyers who don't know where to start, Denver-based Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck provides one possible method. The firm has created "karma committees" for staff and attorneys to choose collective good deeds to work on, such as delivering gifts to hospitalized children on Valentine's Day. And the firm provides everyone with time off to participate.
Law Firm Forms 'Karma Committees' for Doing Good Deeds
The National Law Journal
November 3, 2008