WASHINGTON, D.C.—Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP is pleased to announce that Lee-Ann C. Brown, Douglas L. Patin, and Henry C. Su have been recognized by the Virginia Access to Justice Commission for their pro bono service. Honorees will be recognized at the Chief Justice’s Pro Bono Summit on June 9, 2022, hosted by the Virginia Bar Association.
Ms. Brown, an associate in the firm’s D.C. office, has been named a 2020-2021 Pro Bono Service Champion by the Commission. The prestigious award is reserved for the top Virginia attorneys reporting the highest number of pro bono hours. Ms. Brown completed more than 575 pro bono hours last year. Mr. Patin and Mr. Su have been named 2020-2021 Pro Bono Service Honor Roll members for contributing more than 40 hours of pro bono service last year.
Ms. Brown focuses her practice on construction and government contracts, representing general contractors, subcontractors, and owners, in both the prosecution and defense of claims on public and private construction projects.
Mr. Patin, managing partner of the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, has an extensive government contracts and construction litigation practice.
Mr. Su has more than 20 years of experience litigating disputes involving antitrust, intellectual property, and technology.