Debbie Segal is not the typical big-firm partner: She doesn’t have a book of business, and she doesn’t bill any client hours.

Segal, 52, became Kilpatrick Stockton’s first full-time pro bono lawyer almost six years ago after spending her entire career doing legal aid work. Her mandate, she said, was to develop a “world-class pro bono program.”

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