Even as the legal industry exceeded financial expectations in 2020, Am Law 200 firms increased their commitment to pro bono work at a time when the COVID-19 pandemic created new needs but remote work complicated the effort to meet them.

Lawyers in the United States and globally stepped up, even if they were otherwise swamped with paying work, to respond to the vast and unprecedented demand for pro bono services.

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