Our attorneys frequently team with Bay Area Legal Aid to provide skilled representation to low-income families, the elderly, veterans, people with disabilities, and single mothers. We provide pro bono services through local bar associations, low-income housing providers (such as the Alameda Development Corporation), and Habitat for Humanity.
In addition to helping Habitat for Humanity pursue new projects from a legal perspective, Miller Starr Regalia attorneys and staff also contribute sweat equity by participating in the construction of Habitat for Humanity projects. Our firm actively collects food and raises money for the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano’s Food from the Bar program. We also endow the Ed & Gwen Regalia Endowment of the Kennedy-King Memorial College Scholarship Fund. The fund was co-founded by Ed Regalia in 1968 to provide college scholarships to minority students with financial needs who have excelled in Contra Costa County community colleges in order to assist them in pursuing a four-year degree.
Our attorneys further extend their commitment to the community by taking leadership roles in numerous community and professional organizations.