Pro Bono

Both Mr. McMahon and Mr. Schiller were educated at various points by the Jesuits and understand the importance of helping those that cannot always help themselves.

With more than a decade of combined public service as prosecutors, Mr. McMahon and Mr. Schiller believe that “giving back” to the community is perhaps their most important job.

As such, this Firm has an established policy wherein we take on a variety of pro bono matters on behalf of low-income or minority clients who would not otherwise be able to afford representation. And when Schiller McMahon takes the matter on, the Client receives the absolute very highest level of care and the Client can be assured that his or her matter is seen through to the very end, regardless of cost to the Firm.

Community Activities

Though a great deal of Schiller McMahon’s work is against the State and federal Government, we are citizens before lawyers, and recognize the incredibly dangerous and important work that our first-responders, firemen, and police officers are engaged on a daily basis to keep the men, women and children of our community safe.

In recognition of the dangers and risks many of our former colleagues face on a daily basis, this Firm is a strong supporter of both the Policemen’s Benevolent Association (P.B.A.) and Fireman’s Benevolent Association (F.M.B.A.), as well as the Wounded Warrior’s Project and the Special Olympics.

The Firm is also active with Union County College and various youth sports programs in Westfield, Scotch Plains and neighboring towns.