A group of 34 law firms, including Kirkland & Ellis, Willkie Farr & Gallagher, Goodwin Procter and Covington & Burling, are joining together with the Lawyers for Good Government Foundation to help small business owners make sense of how to secure support through the federal government’s COVID-19 stimulus package.

The project is getting off the ground first in New York City, where Kirkland & Ellis pro bono counsel Jacqueline Haberfeld was one of a number of law firm representatives who approached the City Bar Justice Center with the idea of building a program aiding small businesses.

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