Law Offices of Paul Levin (CTLaw) - September 2018

Community Involvement


The Wheeler Clinic Connecticut believes no one should be alone. This nonprofit helps over 30,000 people of all ages every year with the support they need. Summer Camp for Refugees Refugee and immigrant families often have financial situations that prohibit their children from enjoying fun summer activities. This association aims to change all that. Easter Seals - Special Olympics Easter Seals is determined not to leave individuals with temporary or permanent disabilities behind. Our firm is right there with them, donating thousands of dollars every year. This is a short list of some local causes we are passionate about. While our support and volunteering can make a difference with these organizations, we strive to leverage our skills to help our community too. We host interns from Connecticut state and community colleges; we volunteer in our churches and communities; we support a myriad of local causes; and we attempt to assist people’s legal needs that do not fall under our area of practice. We regularly connect individuals with the proper assistance from our network of accomplished and experienced attorneys, and we can help you too when you feel you’re in need of any type of legal assistance.

While many businesses around the country view community involvement as a bonus, at the Law Offices of Paul Levin, we view it as part of our lifestyle. Our jobs revolve around protecting the rights of the people across the State of Connecticut and ensuring their best interests are met with competent representation. That means we’re frequently interacting with various segments of the community. Often, those interactions turn into relationships. These bonds change our view of service and cause it to take on a whole new meaning for us — one we’re proud to act on. Service cannot happen without action, and we’re proud to take action by supporting local charities. Here are just a few: This foundation was started by mothers of deployed marines to help provide items for soldiers that they wouldn’t otherwise receive. Connecticut Humane Society Jack brings so much joy to our lives. We want to give other people a chance to have the same joy and love in theirs. The 100 Club This organization supports fallen public servants by providing immediate cash assistance to their families.






Jack and Kelly are a certified therapy dog and handler team with Healers With Halos Therapy Dogs. Jack is a 6-year-old rescue collie adopted from Collie Rescue of the Carolinas. He is certified by the Reading Education Assistance Dogs (R.E.A.D.) program and attained his CGC title from the American Kennel Club. Jack works

• 1 small loaf

• 1/2 red onion, thinly sliced • 1 cucumber, • 20 basil leaves, chopped • Salt, to taste • Vinaigrette

French bread, cut into 1-inch cubes (6 cups) • 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil • 2 large tomatoes, cubed • 2 red bell peppers, seeded and cubed

sliced into rounds

many venues, bringing comfort and happiness to the young and old.


1. In a large sauté pan, set to medium-low heat and add olive oil. Add bread and 1 teaspoon salt, tossing often, for 10 minutes or until toasted. 2. In a large bowl, mix vegetables and herbs. Toss in bread and your favorite vinaigrette and mix again. 3. Serve immediately or allow to sit up to 30 minutes for the flavors to meld together.


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Attorneys Paul Levin & Kelly Kasheta

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