Several major Atlanta law firms are offering free legal advice to small businesses on pressing coronavirus-related concerns, such as federal relief programs and employment matters, through a new pro bono legal clinic.

Five firms—Alston & Bird; Eversheds Sutherland; Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton; King & Spalding; and Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough—launched the pro bono clinic, which is a partnership with the State Bar of Georgia’s Pro Bono Resource Center, Lawyers for Equal Justice in Atlanta and national nonprofit Lawyers for Good Government Foundation.

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