Community

Touching the Hearts of our Communities

Community

We are committed to serving the communities in which we are located. Toward that end, we annually dedicate substantial time and funds to pro bono work and community service. This commitment is integral to the Haynes and Boone culture. Richard Haynes was a strong and consistent advocate of community service in Dallas and received the Justinian Award for Public Service in recognition of his contributions to such organizations as the Dallas Museum of Art and the Baylor Medical Center Foundation. Mike Boone was the 2008 recipient of the J. Erik Jonsson Ethics Award, presented by Southern Methodist University’s Cary M. Maguire Center for Ethics and Responsibility to honor his civic activism, commitment to public service and generous charitable contributions. This heritage from our founding partners is reflected in the broad array of community organizations that benefit from involvement by members of our firm.

In the legal community, Haynes and Boone lawyers devote hundreds of hours each year to local, state and national bar associations and sections, as well as to many other professional groups. Our lawyers also serve as adjunct professors of law at such law schools as the University of Texas, Southern Methodist University and the University of Houston.

The true heart of our community service is the support that Haynes and Boone lawyers regularly provide as unpaid legal advisors, board members and active volunteers to a broad array of:

  • Social service groups
  • Civic organizations
  • Public and private schools
  • Art and other cultural organizations
  • Religious groups
  • Governmental agencies
  • Professional associations

We proudly support:

  • American Cancer Society
  • American Heart Association
  • ARC of San Antonio
  • AT&T Performing Arts Center, Dallas
  • Attorneys Serving the Community
  • Bar Associations – various
  • Baylor Healthcare System Foundation
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • Boy Scouts of America
  • Business Council for the Arts
  • Capital For Kids
  • Center for American and International Law
  • Chamber of Commerce - various cities
  • Child Study Center
  • Colorado Shakespeare Festival
  • Communities in Schools
  • Da Camera of Houston
  • Dallas Association of Young Lawyers
  • Dallas CASA
  • Dallas Citizens Council
  • Dallas Committee for Foreign Relations
  • Dallas Holocaust Museum
  • Dallas Opera
  • Dallas Salesmanship Club
  • Dallas Summer Musicals
  • Dallas Symphony Orchestra
  • Dallas Theater Center
  • Dallas Women's Foundation
  • Dallas Zoological Society
  • Downtown Dallas, Inc.
  • Empire State Pride Agenda
  • Girl Scouts of North Texas
  • Greater Houston Partnership
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Japan-America Society of Dallas/Fort Worth
  • Junior Achievement of Dallas
  • Lena Pope Home
  • March of Dimes March for Babies
  • Mary McDowell Friends
  • Methodist Health System’s Folsom Leadership Award
  • Methodist Richardson Medical Center Foundation
  • The Mental Health Association of New York City
  • NEDA
  • Opportunity Houston
  • Perot Museum of Nature  and Science
  • Partnership for Philanthropic Planning
  • Project Sunshine
  • Real Estate Council
  • Richardson Regional Medical Center
  • Segerstrom Center for the Arts
  • Southern Methodist University
  • Susan G. Komen for the Cure
  • Team Intrepid Fallen Heroes
  • The Arts Community Alliance (TACA)
  • The Black Tie Dinner
  • The Lustgarten Foundation
  • The Senior Source
  • Trinity Commons  Foundation
  • United Way
  • U.S. Mayors Conference
  • USO Center at Dallas/Fort Worth Airport
  • Vogel Alcove
  • World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth
  • YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas


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