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The New York Times Magazine: Alum Mark Gurevich Profiled for Hosting Ukrainian Refugees

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Mark Gurevich

Legal Information Network for Ukraine, a nonprofit and pro bono client of Ropes & Gray, is providing important support to those displaced by the war in Ukraine who are seeking to enter or remain in the United States. The New York Times Magazine profiled Mark Gurevich, Chief Compliance Officer and Deputy General Counsel, Maverick Capital – previously an asset management partner at Ropes & Gray – who is hosting Ukrainian refugees who are fleeing Russia’s invasion. Read the profile (subscription required). 

As part of its mission, Legal Information Network for Ukraine is offering legal support to refugees, including helping them outline resettlement options. Mark has collaborated with the nonprofit alongside partners Isabel Dische, Morey Ward and associate Maggie Heine, who are leading the firm’s pro bono support.

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