Shahrestani Law is part of the Texas Opportunity and Justice Incubator's Fourth Cohort. The Texas Opportunity and Justice Incubator (TOJI) is an initiative by the State Bar of Texas to provide attorneys dedicated to bridging the justice gap with the resources necessary to succeed. TOJI also helps attorneys bake pro bono services into their practices - each member performs 10 hours of pro bono service per month. The program is 18 months long, and encourages outside-the-box thinking in terms of services, pricing, and structure.
The latest cohort has attorneys in a variety of practice areas, including business, criminal, family, and immigration law. The members rely on weekly trainings given by State Bar employees, as well as the experiences of the fellow cohort members to support their practices. From keeping websites up-to-date, to learning new areas of law, being able to ask your neighbor for help keeps the attorneys flexible in providing legal services.
Read more about TOJI at this link.
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