In The American Lawyer’s 2017 Pro Bono Survey, Kilpatrick Townsend ranked 15th for breadth of commitment to pro bono service,  while remaining the top Atlanta firm for pro bono. In 2016, Kilpatrick Townsend donated 38,183 total pro bono hours — an average of 56 hours per attorney across 1,342 active pro bono matters — to help bridge the justice gap. Pro bono matters involved children and education; homelessness and poverty; civil rights and criminal justice; human trafficking, asylum, and children’s immigration; community economic development; nonprofit organizations; and domestic violence.
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IP Section of North Carolina Bar Association awarded the firm with its 2016 Pro Bono Law Firm Award | Education Justice Initiative.