DOAR has long recognized its responsibility to the community and encourages involvement in pro bono and other public service activities. DOAR values a diverse professional organization, and is sensitive to the needs of our many clients (and those of the people who work at our firm). Our teams represent the perspectives and insights that emanate from varied ethnic, religious, gender and racial backgrounds.
Among the many memberships and contributions are...
DOAR partners with BakerHostetler to support inMotion's "We've Got Your Back!" fundraiser
Led by inMotion, BakerHostetler collected over $16,000 from staff, partners and associates at the firm, as well as several of its business partners, including DOAR, to purchase and stuff 120 back packs for distribution to children served by the New York City Family Justice Centers (FJCs) in Brooklyn and the Bronx.
DOAR is a supporter of Vacamas, a nonprofit camp for children from inner city areas located in New Jersey.
DOAR Joins Cambridge Who’s Who
Cambridge Who’s Who, is a Business to business and small business networking directory for Executives & Professionals. The Cambridge Who's Who is linked to The American Cancer Society, the Ronald McDonald House, Toys of Hope, and the Alliance for Lupus Research. Members such as DOAR, use Cambridge Who’s Who, to donate to these and other worthy causes.
American Civil Liberties Union
DOAR supports the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) by offering its services pro bono to the organization. The ACLU advocates individual rights by litigating, legislating and educating the public on a broad array of issues affecting individual freedom.
American Friends of the Hebrew University
Samuel H. Solomon, Chairman & CEO, serves on the Board of Directors for the Greater New York Region as well as the National Board. The American Friends of the Hebrew Academy (AFHU) is a national, not-for-profit organization which provides programs, events and fundraising activities in support of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel's foremost center of higher education and research.
Association for the Help of Retarded Children
DOAR is a supporter of this organization and the 2004 Rose Ball. AHRC's mission is to provide opportunities and choices for children and adults with developmental disabilities through individual and family support.
Big Brothers Big Sisters
DOAR supports their annual Jets/Giants Day at Giant Stadium. BBBS is a youth mentoring organization striving to help children reach their potential through professionally supported, one-to-one relationships with measurable impact.
Education & Assistance Corporation
DOAR is proud to support the Education & Assistance Corporation (EAC). EAC helps more then 45,000 people each year with programs that provide educational, vocational and counseling services, mediation, and rehabilitation for non-violent offenders and support to children, families and senior citizens.
Long Island Association
LIA seeks to strengthen Long Island as a place to live, work and do business.
Long Island Fund for Women and Girls
The Fund seeks to improve the lives of women and girls, and addresses women's issues and philanthropy.
MFY Legal Services
MFY works in concert with community organizations to provide free civil legal assistance to those in greatest need.
Minority Corporate Counsel Association
DOAR is a sponsor of the Minority Corporate Counsel Association's Lloyd M. Johnson, Jr. Scholarship Program which funds the law school education of a deserving minority student. Samuel H. Solomon, CEO sits on the scholarship selection committee. The MCCA advocates for the hiring, retention and promotion of minority attorneys in law firms and corporate law departments.
Nachal Novea Tsfat Fund
Samuel H. Solomon, CEO serves on the board of directors. The Fund seeks to connect Jews to the spiritual legacy of the city Tsfat and the Upper Galilee though technology, education and music.
New York Lawyers for the Public Interest
DOAR supports their fund raising efforts and their annual golf outing. NYLPI is a nonprofit, civil rights law firm that helps underrepresented people develop legal strategies for themselves and their communities.
Samuel H. Solomon, CEO serves on the board of directors for the foundation and the Education Foundation for Old Safed. The Foundation seeks to restore and promote historical sites, cultural institutions and public facilities in the Galilee city of Safed. Historically, Safed was home to events that shaped Jewish thought and experience.
Securities and Exchange Commission Historical Society
The non profit Society operates a virtual museum and archive of primary materials that demonstrate the SEC's impact on the growth of capital markets around the world.
Samuel H. Solomon, CEO, serves on the board of directors, and DOAR Litigation Consulting recently contributed to the funding of the university's $400,000 digital media lab. "This whole area interested me from our company's perspective — creating an interdisciplinary approach to digital communications and multimedia using the latest media, graphics, methods of communication and persuasion," Solomon told YU Today, the school’s publication. Yeshiva University ranks among the nation's leading academic research institutions, combining knowledge in the arts, sciences and professions with Jewish culture and thought.