During a two-week mission trip to the Musoto region of Uganda in the summer of 2006, Pennsylvania attorney Alfred “Fred” Monte and his church, the Calvary Church of Souderton, Pa., encountered people and conditions that would change their lives. Two years later, a new project is under way that will help put an end to some of the problems that plague the community including disease, poverty and civil war.

Monte, a partner in the Blue Bell, Pa., office of Fox Rothschild, is quickly becoming a leader not only in complex commercial litigation but also in his unique pro bono efforts. His firm has combined forces with the African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries (A.L.A.R.M.) and Gospel Outbound to rebuild a primary school in Uganda with an attached “microbusiness” to help propel the people of the region to become educated and self-sufficient.

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