A unique Baker & Hostetler program to support kids of incarcerated parents started out with lunch and learns in the summer and culminated with a High Museum event at the end of October headlined by Piper Kerman, author of “Orange is the New Black: My Year in a Women’s Prison.”

In between, the Atlanta office’s lawyers and staff, along with clients and vendors, got more engaged in the Support Kids of Incarcerated Parents (SKIP) initiative that its organizer, health care partner Emily Crosby, could have hoped.

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