Powerful partnerships

We are proud to be a pro bono client of the award winning firm Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, led by Michael Drobac who is a partner in the Washington D.C. office and Senior Policy Advisor, in the technology and communications practices.

 
 

How to make a difference

Akin Gump facilitate our relationships with all elements of the legislature and assist us with furthering our Advocacy goals, and over the last couple of years have allowed us to work on important issues. Founded in 1945, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP is a leading international law firm with more than 900 lawyers in offices throughout the United States, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

 

Award-winning team

Akin Gump, have been honored for its “outstanding commitment to representing refugees and impactful pro bono work,” and recognized for its work in “marshaling incredible resources to secure the release from detention of many traumatized women and children, all of whom have fled persecution and violence in their home countries.”

 

we were the first!

The firm petitioned the FAA for our Section 333 Exemption, to which we were the first NGO to receive said exemption, which we are proud to announce that we garnered the full pro-bono support of Akin Gump, LLP.  Akin Gump is consistently ranked as one of the top government relations practices in Washington, D.C.—both by publications and peers—the public law and policy practice draws on the considerable governmental and bipartisan political experience of their lawyers and advocacy professionals, including former Members of Congress, congressional staff and other lawyers with considerable experience in government service, many of whom also engage in outside political activities.  The explosive growth of government regulation and oversight over the last decade demands that Linking the World thinks expansively and creatively when developing and implementing our strategies. The nature of our work requires that our analytical and planning processes must encompass a careful evaluation of how government—local, state, federal or international—can, should and will impact our desired objectives.