Hunton & Williams recognized six Atlanta-based attorneys at its recent E. Randolph Williams award reception. Recipients of the annual award, named after one of the firm's founders, each contributed more than 100 hours of pro bono legal sevices to indigent clients and nonprofit organizations during the firm's fiscal year ending March 31. From left are: Audrey J. Biggerstaff, pro bono fellow; Andrew A. Stulce, associate; Rita A. Sheffey, partner; Bradley W. Grout, partner; and T. Brian Green, former pro bono fellow. Not pictured is Lawrence J. Bracken II, partner.
Hunton & Williams recognized six Atlanta-based attorneys at its recent E. Randolph Williams award reception. Recipients of the annual award, named after one of the firm’s founders, each contributed more than 100 hours of pro bono legal sevices to indigent clients and nonprofit organizations during the firm’s fiscal year ending March 31. From left are: Audrey J. Biggerstaff, pro bono fellow; Andrew A. Stulce, associate; Rita A. Sheffey, partner; Bradley W. Grout, partner; and T. Brian Green, former pro bono fellow. Not pictured is Lawrence J. Bracken II, partner. ()

Hunton & Williams recognized six Atlanta-based attorneys at its recent E. Randolph Williams award reception. Recipients of the annual award, named after one of the firm’s founders, each contributed more than 100 hours of pro bono legal sevices to indigent clients and nonprofit organizations during the firm’s fiscal year ending March 31. From left are: Audrey J. Biggerstaff, pro bono fellow; Andrew A. Stulce, associate; Rita A. Sheffey, partner; Bradley W. Grout, partner; and T. Brian Green, former pro bono fellow. Not pictured is Lawrence J. Bracken II, partner.