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Cross-Office Team Advises Lincoln Center in Transition to Virtual Programming

A cross-office team led by Partner Alison I. Stein is providing pro bono counsel to Lincoln Center as the arts organization transitions to virtual programming after “closing its doors” indefinitely due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Launched in early April, “Lincoln Center At Home” provides a unique way for the organization to virtually distribute extraordinary content and keep its audience and donors engaged.  The program includes an education channel for kids and access to both live and archived world-class performances such as a performance of Schubert’s Quintet in C Major.  To learn more about Lincoln Center, click here.

In addition to Ms. Stein, the Lincoln Center team includes Partner Steven R. Englund; Associates Camila A. Connolly, Allison N. Douglis, Amy Egerton-Wiley and Emily S. Mannheimer; and Law Clerk Isabel Farhi.  The team continues to work hard on the unique rights and other legal issues arising during this unprecedented time.

TAGS: Pro Bono

PEOPLE: Steven R. Englund, Alison I. Stein, Camila A. Connolly, Amy Egerton-Wiley, Allison N. Douglis, Emily S. Mannheimer

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