Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman has pledged to donate $1 million in cash and $10 million over three years in pro bono and volunteer work to social and racial justice causes, the firm announced Monday. 

Many firms have made similar pledges, offering donations from firm foundations and employees as well as offering to step up pro bono efforts. Kirkland & Ellis, notably, promised a $5 million contribution over five years to social justice causes. 

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