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MANCHESTER — Martin, Harding and Mazzotti, a Manchester law firm, was one of the top firms in the Vermont Access to Justice campaign.

The firm with the largest donation was Vermont Attorneys Title Corporation.

Martin, Harding and Mazzotti finished in a tie for second with both firms having 100 percent participation from their entire staff.

“The lawyers and staff in the office range from left to right on the political spectrum,” said Managing Attorney David Pollock. “Each contributed to the campaign because we all recognize that every Vermonter deserves access to civil justice.”

The Vermont Bar Foundation held Access to Justice campaign, with money raised used to fund two main programs that represent the mission of providing civil justice to as many low-income Vermonters as possible.

The first program is the Vermont Poverty Law Fellowship and the second is the Hon. John A. Dooley Competitive Grants program that helps to fund organizations that provide civil justice to low-income Vermont residents.


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