Holland & Knight has overhauled its pro bono efforts to expand a program centered on litigators to all attorneys at the firm.

“What we’re trying to do now is get our nonlitigators more involved in the pro bono program,” said Peter Prieto, a Miami partner and chair of the firm’s national litigation section. “What that’s going to do is increase the number of pro bono attorneys and the number of hours for the firm.”

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