It took less than a minute in February for President Clinton to sign the posthumous pardon of Lieutenant Henry O. Flipper. But that act rectified an injustice that took 117 years to fix and that Arnold & Porter lawyers worked more than five years to accomplish.

On June 23, Arnold & Porter will be recognized for this effort and other pro bono work when the D.C. Bar presents the firm with its annual Pro Bono Law Firm of the Year Award.

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