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Baker Donelson's Nedom A. Haley Recognized by Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta

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(Atlanta, GA / February 20, 2014) Baker Donelson is pleased to announce that Nedom A. Haley has been recognized among the "2013 Attorneys of the Year" by the Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta.

The Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta (PBPA) provides free legal services to community-based nonprofits that operate programs benefitting low-income or disadvantaged individuals. In the past eight years, the PBPA has assigned and supported over 1,500 volunteer lawyers in aiding about 650 nonprofit clients.

Mr. Haley, senior counsel in Baker Donelson's Atlanta office, was recognized at the PBPA's eighth annual Volunteer and Donor Appreciation Reception as one of the organization's eight "2013 Attorneys of the Year" for his dedicated service to PBPA clients. 

A member of the Firm's Tax Department, Mr. Haley concentrates his practice in the areas of tax law and municipal finance. He has experience in tax controversy work, ERISA, estate planning and general tax practice. Mr. Haley has been recognized as a leading tax attorney in Chambers USA: America's Leading Business Lawyers since 2009 and is also listed in the 2013 edition of The Best Lawyers in America® in Tax Law. He was Baker Donelson's 2012 "Pro Bono Attorney of the Year" in Atlanta for his work providing tax and corporate counsel to non-profit organizations. Mr. Haley is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, as well as the Atlanta, District of Columbia and American Bar Associations.

About Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta
Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta, Inc. is a tax-exempt public charity whose mission is to maximize the impact of pro bono engagement by connecting a network of volunteer attorneys with nonprofits in need of free business legal services. 

For more information about Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta, please visit www.pbpatl.org.

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