Balch & Bingham launched an initiative Wednesday to provide free legal services to minority- and women-owned small businesses.

The initiative, a response to the George Floyd killing and subsequent protests this summer, is a sign of how  firms are reshaping their pro bono efforts in the community in light of the rekindled racial justice movement. 

Stan Blanton, managing partner, Balch & Bingham. (Courtesy photo) Stan Blanton, managing partner, Balch & Bingham. (Courtesy photo)

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