The Anti-Defamation League on Tuesday night recognized Frankfurt Kurnit Klein + Selz for their pro bono work opposing President Donald Trump's immigration ban. Attorneys in the firm's New York and Los Angeles officers filed seven briefs on behalf of the ADL from New York to Hawaii. This is the first time the ADL has honored a law firm. From left: associate Jessica B. Smith, counsel Caren Decter, litigation partner John B. Harris, who received individual recognition at the event, and associates Lakendra S. Barajas and Lily Landsman-Roos.
The Anti-Defamation League on Tuesday night recognized Frankfurt Kurnit Klein + Selz for their pro bono work opposing President Donald Trump’s immigration ban. Attorneys in the firm’s New York and Los Angeles officers filed seven briefs on behalf of the ADL from New York to Hawaii. This is the first time the ADL has honored a law firm. From left: associate Jessica B. Smith, counsel Caren Decter, litigation partner John B. Harris, who received individual recognition at the event, and associates Lakendra S. Barajas and Lily Landsman-Roos. (Courtesy Photo)

The Anti-Defamation League on Tuesday night recognized Frankfurt Kurnit Klein + Selz for their pro bono work opposing President Donald Trump’s immigration ban. Attorneys in the firm’s New York and Los Angeles officers filed seven briefs on behalf of the ADL from New York to Hawaii. This is the first time the ADL has honored a law firm. From left: associate Jessica B. Smith, counsel Caren Decter, litigation partner John B. Harris, who received individual recognition at the event, and associates Lakendra S. Barajas and Lily Landsman-Roos.