Mr. Schulz is a fierce advocate for juveniles and a leader in securing psychiatric treatment for inmates, among other causes. Last year, after a long court fight, one of his pro bono clients was freed after serving 42 years in prison for a murder he did not commit. With his client now safe with his family, Mr. Schulz is devoting time to partnering with prosecutors, judges and advocacy groups on criminal justice reform, especially juvenile justice reform.
“Our firm has a deep commitment to ‘do good’ by providing pro bono and community services support for those in need or left behind, and nothing reflects that commitment more than the efforts of our Veterans Group and Buddy Schulz,” said Tiffani Lee, Holland & Knight’s diversity partner. “We are proud of their achievements and delighted that they have received this well-deserved honor.”
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