House general counsel Douglas Letter is getting a boost from Big Law in his legal fights with the Trump administration—all for free.

The private law firms tapped to help the House handle its unprecedented caseload—Munger, Tolles & Olson, Hogan Lovells and Sidley Austin—have pro bono arrangements, lawyers familiar with the deals and a spokesperson for Democratic Speaker Nancy Pelosi confirmed.

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