Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher has awarded its first Frank Wheat Memorial Award in recognition of pro bono efforts, part of the firm’s recent efforts to boost its overall emphasis on pro bono work.

During the past year, Gibson Dunn has concentrated efforts to formalize its pro bono policy, resulting in a 49 percent increase in overall hours from the prior year, according to partner Scott Edelman, who is serving as the firm’s national pro bono chairman.

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