Making an Impact to Change our Communities
At Greene Broillet & Wheeler, LLP, our attorneys and staff have devoted our professional lives to bringing change to our communities. Through our efforts, countless companies have made the products they use safer for everyone. We have helped numerous families across California and the United States recover full compensation for their injuries. This compensation helps our clients move forward from their injuries and live productive, meaningful lives.
Our lawyers and staff are fortunate to have the unique opportunity to help others while doing work that we love. We recognize this good fortune, and take great pride in being able to help others in our personal lives as well. Our attorneys and staff devote our time, attention and money to a variety of worthy causes.
Our law firm sponsors numerous scholarships to law schools, universities and private high schools throughout the Greater Los Angeles area and beyond. We sponsor the National Civil Trial Competition (NCTC), held annually at Loyola Law School. This event helps law students hone their trial skills before they enter the practice of law. Bruce Broillet is on the Board of Directors for the Success Through the Arts Foundation. This organization is dedicated to helping students in South Central Los Angeles realize their artistic and academic potential through the arts. Browne Greene is active in a number of organizations, including My Friends’ Place. My Friends’ Place is an organization that helps homeless youth become self-sufficient. Browne is also on the Board of Directors for Little Dolphins Preschool and Seven Arrows Elementary School, and is a Supporter of the Swedish School of Los Angeles.
Scott Carr is active in raising money for various charities including the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. Scott also serves as the President of the Alumni Board of Directors of Sigma Phi Epsilon for the Chapter at University of California at Santa Barbara. Tim Wheeler and Christine Spagnoli are members of the Loyola Law School Advisory Board. Geoff Wells and Tim Wheeler are Supporting Members of the Manhattan Beach Education Foundation. Mark Quigley is a Member of the Advisory Board of the Green Burial Council, a national non-profit organization devoted to encouraging environmentally sustainable deathcare practices. Rob Jarchi is a volunteer for Bet Tezedek, an organization devoted to offering legal representation for people in need.
Further, many of our lawyers, including Geoff Wells, Tobin Lanzetta, and Tim Wheeler are actively involved in youth sports, coaching young men and women in variety of sports, including baseball, basketball and soccer.
Members of our team volunteer for other causes, such as Big Brothers of Los Angeles, Habitat for Humanity, Operation Gratitude, which sends care packages to members of US Military deployed overseas, and the Cardiac Arrhythmia Foundation. Ivan Puchalt serves on the Young Professionals Board for the Western Disability Rights Legal Center. Our attorneys support a number of artistic organizations, including the Edgemar Center for the Arts and the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.
Our firm is proud of our involvement with the Verbum Dei Work Study Program, where we employ youths to help assist with their tuition. Here is a recent video they sent us:
We are proud to have had a positive impact on Juan Perez. He just graduated with honors, is an exceptional soccer player, and is matriculating to UCLA” – Tim Wheeler, Managing Partner
We are proud to have donated the most pro bono hours in 2018 to a mock trial program for middle schoolers. Click here to read the Daily Journal article about the program, our award, and quotes from GB&W attorneys: Law Students, Attorneys Assist in Middle School Mock Trials.”
The above list is by no means a comprehensive list of the various organizations we support. Call 310-576-1200 or contact us online to learn more about these various causes and our community involvement.