The two attorneys with the firm are committed to community service, and to providing pro bono services to worthy clientele as well.

Of particular note is the firm’s involvement with Los Ninos, a community based organization that promotes self-sufficiency in poor colonias in Mexico, through a sophisticated Family Health and Food Security Program, a Micro-Credit Program for Family Financial Security, an Adult Education Program, and a Volunteerism Program. Mr. Bramley has served as the organization’s President since 1985, and the organization has received numerous awards from President Reagan, Yale University and others of note. Its Mission Statement, description of projects, awards and budgetary information may be reviewed on its website at

Mr. Bramley was also instrumental in founding a non-profit organization for the State Bar of California originally known as Volunteers in Parole (now known as VIP Mentors), which is a program that matches an attorney volunteer mentor with a recent parolee, in an effort to help the program’s parolee participants re-integrate into society as productive members of society by encouraging further education, helping in job placement, and by generally providing a positive role model, thereby greatly reducing the recidivism rate of its participating parolees. This reduced recidivism rate has the added benefit of reducing taxpayer dollars that otherwise would have to be spent on re-incarcerated parolees.
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