The attorneys at Bond, Schoeneck & King are committed to providing pro bono legal services to individuals and organizations throughout the communities where we live and practice law. Whether it is advising an organization on the legalities surrounding becoming a non-profit agency or helping a tenant remain in their apartment and not become homeless, these services are provided with professionalism and compassion. Bond attorneys and staff devote time each year to pro bono representation and to serving in our communities, on the boards of more than 100 entities, including legal aid societies, volunteer lawyers projects and various other civic organizations.
In late 2015 the firm was honored by the dedication of the George H. Lowe Center for Justice in Syracuse, New York. Named after Bond attorney and retired United States Magistrate Judge George H. Lowe, the Center for Justice brings Legal Services of Central New York, Legal Aid Society of Mid-New York, and the Volunteer Lawyers Project of Onondaga County together under one roof, improving access to legal representation for the indigent.
“This is indeed a tremendous honor for me. Expanding free legal services for the indigent has always been one of my top priorities.” -- Judge George H. Lowe