Insights: In the News Pro Bono Honorees Recognized for Battling 'Ordinary Injustice'
"If every law firm paid as much attention to pro bono as Kilpatrick Townsend, our city’s justice gap would quickly be eradicated"
Kilpatrick Townsend was honored for Pro Bono Work at the Atlanta Bar Association’s “Celebrating Service” Event. The firm was recognized by the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyer Foundation (AVLF) as the Safe and Stable Homes Firm of the Year. Additionally, Jenn Deal was selected as AVLF's Volunteer of the Year. Renae Wainwright was also selected as Volunteer of the Year by Atlanta Legal Aid.
A recap on the event was featured in the Daily Report's "recognized by the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyer Foundation as the Safe and Stable Homes Firm of the Year, "Pro Bono Honorees Recognized for Battling 'Ordinary Injustice'."
Tamara Serwer Caldas
Pro Bono Partner
Renae Bailey Wainwright
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