Across Big Law, lawyers are doing what they can to help their clients, coworkers and communities navigate the realities of the coronavirus pandemic, which has left hundreds of thousands sick, shut down most of the country and hurt the economy.

For Reed Smith’s Jesse Miller, a San Francisco-based litigator and partner in the firm’s global commercial disputes group, the contributions have been more boots on the ground. Miller is also a decorated colonel in the Army National Guard. After being deployed March 17, he and his unit have spent the last two months helping vulnerable Californians at food banks, nursing homes and more.

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