When a county north of Denver last year started a hotline for the numerous pro se litigants at its courthouse, CenturyLink Inc. and law firm Bryan Cave answered the call. Literally.

The communication company’s Denver legal department and the local office of Bryan Cave were instrumental in establishing the pro bono hotline, which proved so efficient and effective that Colorado court officials want to use the model elsewhere.

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