We facilitate resolutions and bring restoration to more than just parties in a legal dispute.

We’re passionate about solving problems, whether in the legal realm or globally.

That’s why we’ve partnered with Agape International Missions (AIM), an international anti-trafficking organization that fights the worst kind of human trafficking in some of the darkest places on earth.

AIM works holistically to end trafficking by protecting girls, rescuing the exploited, and empowering survivors. AIM has a SWAT team and a legal team to rescue girls and bring traffickers to justice. Beyond a charitable donation, each mediation represents an investment in the modern abolitionist movement.

We donate 10% of proceeds from every mediation to AIM to help rescue girls from human trafficking.

Our shared donation to AIM is not just about financial support but about raising awareness and taking a stand against human trafficking. Lawyers have a superior opportunity to fight trafficking in word, deed, and donation. We hope this inspires you to get involved.


We don’t just give our money to the cause. We give our time.

In addition to providing financial support for AIM, M Resolution’s founder Brandon McKelvey has visited Cambodia twice and Belize once to offer direct assistance to AIM’s anti-trafficking efforts. Additionally, he and the law firm he co-founded regularly perform pro bono legal work for AIM, as well as donate their time and resources to other anti-trafficking organizations.

There are so many ways to get involved on many different levels, and we hope you find your own way to fight trafficking and end modern slavery.

"Injustice and corruption will never be transformed by keeping them hidden, but only by bringing them out into the light and confronting them with the power of love."

– Martin Luther King, Jr.


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