Waller attorneys are committed to providing pro bono representation to those in need, regularly accepting case assignments through the Nashville Pro Bono Program. In addition, the firm organized and offered monthly debt management clinics through the Nashville Pro Bono Program to help low-income families better understand how to deal with debt problems.
As a member of the Nashville Bar Association, numerous Waller attorneys volunteer their time and talents to causes identified by the association.
Waller attorneys also apply their passion and intellect to assisting the Nashville Humane Association, whose goal is to promote the humane treatment of animals.
Individual Cases - Recent Success Story
Waller attorneys often give of their free time to defend clients in worthy causes. For the past two months, our attorneys have been representing a young sex trafficking victim and the key government witness against members of three Somali gangs at various pre-trial and in-trial proceedings in U.S. v. Adan. On May 3, 2012, the jury returned its verdict, convicting three of the six defendants. These convictions constitute a success for the government, and a very meaningful result for our client.
Verdicts Returned in Somali Sex Trafficking Case
Carol Owen representing victims (pro bono) in Nashville's Somali sex-trafficking case
Hard times bump demand for pro bono legal work