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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