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Kelsey L. Kicklighter, an attorney at Hall Booth Smith in Atlanta. (Courtesy photo)

Amid the lockdowns and uncertainty of the early months of the coronavirus pandemic, Atlanta lawyer Kelsey Kicklighter experienced added tumult: an unexpected pregnancy, marriage proposal, wedding and then a miscarriage—all with a COVID-19 backdrop.

But during that time, she found comfort in unexpected places, including at Hall Booth Smith, a southeastern law firm with offices in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and New York.

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Cedra Mayfield

Cedra Mayfield is a litigation reporter with the Daily Report, the ALM newspaper in Atlanta. She can be reached at [email protected] Twitter: @cedramayfield

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