HCSE Logo Harmon, Curran, Spielberg + Eisenberg, LLP


For more than forty years, we at Harmon, Curran, Spielberg + Eisenberg, LLP, have served the legal needs of individuals and organizations to help them advance social, economic and environmental justice.

Harmon, Curran, Spielberg + Eisenberg, LLP specializes in serving:

  • Nonprofit organizations working to make the world better by advocating for social, economic and environmental justice
  • Political committees and others working for the election of progressive candidates
  • Individuals who are battling discrimination and other unfair practices in the workplace
  • Citizen groups fighting for increased safety and security of the nation’s nuclear power resources

As individuals and as a firm, we are knowledgeable — and passionate — about strengthening citizen advocacy, electing progressive candidates, achieving social and economic justice, expanding civil rights, and promoting environmental stewardship.

We pride ourselves on providing individualized attention and services tailored to the unique requirements of each client. We work closely with our clients to identify and prioritize their legal needs and develop effective strategies for working within the scope of their resources.

We invite you to browse this site to learn more about us and the assistance we offer, or call our office to speak with one of our attorneys and find out how we can help you.

  Advocacy + Politics Nonprofit Organizations Environment + Nuclear Safety Employment





Of Recent Interest:

Harmon Curran is on the move!
As of April 23, 2016, you can find us at:
1725 DeSales Street NW, Suite 500
Washington, DC 20036
  • Harmon Curran is hiring a Paralegal/Nonprofit Specialist! Read more about the position here.
  • John Pomeranz will be speaking on lobbying rules for nonprofits at Georgetown Law CLE April 28-29. Check out our News and Events page for more information.
  • Elizabeth Kingsley's recent article in the Politics and Lobbying in Taxation of Exempts sheds light on two IRS rulings from 2014 that can affect organizations seeking to promotoe community organization and civic engagement. You can read more about it here.






© 2016 Harmon, Curran, Spielberg + Eisenberg LLP · 1725 DeSales Street NW, Suite 500 · Washington, DC 20036 · Tel: 202-328-3500 · Terms of Service · Site Map