Reeves & Brightwell LLP has won the Dell Legal Department’s 2018 Pro Bono and Community Involvement Award for the second time, becoming the only two-time winner in the award’s history. Reeves & Brightwell attorneys have a long record of partnering with Dell counsel to handle pro bono matters. Reeves & Brightwell attorneys have also worked at urban legal clinics in Austin, and partner Kim Brightwell created and runs a much-needed rural legal clinic in Burnet County. Lawyers at the firm also provide a variety of immigration-related pro bono services and have represented asylum seekers in their initial hearings and on appeal before the Fifth Circuit. Reeves & Brightwell is proud of the pro bono work its lawyers perform and honored to work with Dell to further their mutual dedication to public service.