It’s a rare day when law firms get called out for their pro bono work.

But that’s exactly what happened when Pentagon official Charles “Cully” Stimson rattled off a list of firms representing Guant�namo Bay detainees — such as Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw; Jenner & Block; WilmerHale; and Covington & Burling — predicting that businesses would shun their outside counsel for making the companies foot terrorists’ legal bills. (See chart for some firms whose lawyers represent detainees, with a sample of their corporate clients.)