Three firms and a nonprofit veterans/military assistance agency in Houston are providing free office space for lawyers and staff from Lone Star Legal Aid, which can’t use its downtown Houston building  for at least six months because of a Hurricane Harvey-related fire.

Paul Furrh, chief executive officer of the legal aid organization, which is one of the largest in the country, said Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease, McGuireWoods, and Latham & Watkins have made space for the temporarily displaced workers. Others are working at Combined Arms, a nonprofit for veterans and active military personnel, and the last group in leased space in a downtown Houston building.

Paul Furrh

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