The Law Firm for Non-Profits (LFNP) has been in operation since August 1996, a time when Arthur Reiman was single handedly running the firm.  

Previously, Reiman pursued an MBA at UCLA where he studied nonprofit and arts management. He assisted nonprofits through pro bono work and earned his law degree in 1988. After gaining further experience through different gigs in law, his insights left him asking contacts in the nonprofit world if he could make a living as a lawyer working for nonprofits.   

“My friend said, ‘We don’t know, but we’ll send you referrals.’ So that was the genesis of the firm,” Reiman said.  


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