Groom Attorneys Recognized by Human Rights First for Pro Bono Case Work

In recognition of their ongoing work on a pro bono matter spanning the past three years, attorneys Sarah Martin Humble and Meredith Kimelblatt, along with paralegal Lindsey Stiles, have been recognized by Human Rights First, a non-profit, nonpartisan international human rights organization. The organization commended the trio for being ‘zealous advocates’ in the case involving a mother and son seeking asylum and further praised their devotion to addressing “nuanced legal issues, despite the constantly changing caselaw.”

An embodiment of Groom’s commitment to pro bono matters and ensuring that every client receives the same exceptional level of service, Groom is particularly grateful for the acknowledgment.