Our commitment to corporate citizenship is guided by our core principles – respect, collaboration, integrity, and performance – through which we seek to create a lasting, positive impact on the world around us.


Pro Bono

The Brattle Group’s core values of respect and integrity drive the firm’s commitment to a fair, impartial, and fact-driven judicial system. Pro bono projects are a critical component of employing these ideals in our work, and they bring our expertise to underserved communities. We believe in the importance of civic involvement and using our consulting skills to help resolve important social and economic issues.

Consultants from across offices, practice areas, and levels work closely together to deliver clear insights in both litigation- and economic consulting-related pro bono matters. These projects may require analytical expertise across several areas, such as statistical and econometric analysis, big data, and content and meta-analysis.

We collaborate with pro bono committees at leading law firms, as well as nonprofits such as the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), and the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law (Lawyers’ Committee). Notable topics that Brattle has helped address include criminal justice reform, voting rights, modern-day debtors’ prisons, refugee resettlement, and child support, among others.


The logo for Brattle's BGreen, Brattle's firmwide sustainability initiative. The logo is a B with a leaf overlayed on it, followed by

BGreen, our firm-wide sustainability program, features a commitment for Brattle to annually offset our carbon footprint, as well as work towards additional ways to reduce Brattle’s footprint. The Green Team includes a representative from each office to help implement local sustainability initiatives.

Brattle is committed to reducing our environmental impact, so we offset 100% of our carbon emissions from in-office use of electricity and heating & cooling – as well as all our air-travel – by investing in projects that save carbon and help local communities.

The Brattle Group condemns the violence in Ukraine. We are not engaged in any projects on behalf
of the Russian Federation, Russian state-owned entities, or any other related internationally-sanctioned entities. In light of current events we will decline any requests for work from such entities.