Big Law firms including Kirkland & Ellis and DLA Piper, among others, have joined with corporate counsel from a number of sizable companies and a national network of pro bono lawyers as part of an effort to drive systemic change and racial justice.

The Lawyers for Racial Justice initiative is a new creation of the Lawyers for Good Government Foundation, or L4GG, a national nonprofit network of legal advocates formed after the 2016 election. 

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