Kendall Brill & Kelly just did two great things.
The 16-lawyer Los Angeles litigation boutique on Friday settled a major pro bono case that will desegregate Arizona’s prisons, and it pledged to give its entire court-awarded fee to public interest organizations providing access to justice for the unrepresented.
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