Butler Rubin Sponsors Chicago Bar Foundation’s Fall Benefit

CHICAGO, November 22, 2016 – Butler Rubin was proud to sponsor the Chicago Bar Foundation’s 20th Annual Fall Benefit at the Museum of Science and Industry on November 19th, 2016.  Guests enjoyed access to eye-opening exhibits and unique family activities at one of Chicago’s most iconic museums.  Highlights of the evening included Christmas Around the World and Holidays of Light, with more than 50 unique trees from around the globe on display, along with this year’s special LEGO® exhibit, Brick by Brick.

As the largest voluntarily supported bar foundation in the country, the CBF’s work is made possible by the generous contributions of thousands of dedicated individuals, more than 200 law firms and corporations, and many other committed partners.  Thanks to that strong support, the CBF awards about $3 million in grants each year and continues to play a lead role in a number of innovative access to justice initiatives.

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