15 Wilkinson Stekloff Attorneys Recognized in 2022 D.C. Pro Bono Honor Roll

D.C. Courts, in partnership with the D.C. Access to Justice Commission and the D.C. Bar Pro Bono Center, honored 15 Wilkinson Stekloff attorneys in its 2022 Capital Pro Bono Honor Roll. The Honor Roll, which is jointly sponsored by the District of Columbia Court of Appeals and the Superior Court of D.C., recognizes attorneys who provide 50 or more hours of pro bono services or 100 or more hours of service for the High Honors category. These honorees played a vital role in providing desperately needed legal representation to those living in poverty and/or to disadvantaged small businesses and community-based nonprofits that are critical to the economic well-being of our community.

The Wilkinson Stekloff attorneys recognized include:

Anastasia Pastan, Counsel (High Honors)

Matthew Skanchy, Counsel (High Honors)

Tania Martinez, Associate (High Honors)

Brian Stekloff, Founding Partner

Jeremy Barber, Partner

Kieran Gostin, Partner

Rakesh Kilaru, Partner

Sarah Neuman, Counsel

Alison Zoschak, Associate

Anthony Ferrara, Associate

Elizabeth Keys, Associate

Hannah Bedard, Associate

Julian Jiggetts, Associate

Robert Laird, Associate

Tomi Akinmola, Associate

Pro bono representation is woven into Wilkinson Stekloff’s DNA. The firm has handled more than 100 pro bono matters since its 2016 founding and the vast majority of the firm’s attorneys devote significant time to pro bono matters across areas including family law, immigration, post-conviction representation, appeals, and drafting amicus briefs. In addition to the Capital  Pro Bono Honor Roll, Wilkinson Stekloff has been recognized by organizations including Chambers and Partners, Law360, and the Los Angeles Center for Law and Justice for making this crucial work a central element of firm life.