Doug / 04-29-2009 / WKN News

Attorney Diego Madrigal Recognized by Supreme Court of Florida

Diego M. Madrigal III, an Orlando personal injury attorney with our firm, has been recognized collaboratively by The Supreme Court of Florida, the Young Lawyers Divison of The Florida Bar and the Legal Aid Society of the Orange County Bar Association for his exceptional pro bono service in 2008.  This special recognition came with a letter from Chief Justice Peggy A. Quince and a bronze lapel pin.

According to Princeton University’s WordNet Online , pro bono (or pro bono publico) means “done for the public good without compensation.”  It is through the pro bono service of attorneys such as Mr. Madrigal that the Legal Aid Society is able to fulfill its mission.

Mission Statement

The primary purpose of the Legal Aid Society is to provide quality legal services for the low-income residents, the working poor, children and disadvantaged groups with special legal needs in Orange County, Florida, and to assist in providing legal aid services to similarly situated residents of neighboring counties through an effective and fiscally sound program through the combined efforts of staff and pro bono attorneys.


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