Lawyers and firms often engage with causes by providing their services pro bono. It's a way of giving back to the community and of strengthening ties to places where the ordinary course of business may not lead. And sometimes, those causes can make a positive impact on both the lives of individuals and the community at large. This story is one such example . . .
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