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Lawyers honored for pro bono work
by Staff Reports
June 20, 2012 12:54 PM | 996 views | 0 0 comments | 14 14 recommendations | email to a friend | print
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From left, Shelly K. Anderson, associate; Aisha Blanchard Collins, 2009-11 pro bono fellow; James D. Humphries IV, associate; T. Brian Green, pro bono fellow; Sean F. Rosario, associate; Charlotte M. Ritz, associate; Rita A. Sheffey, partner and pro bono committee chair for the Atlanta office; Rhani M. Lott, associate; George H. Hettrick; and Kurt A. Powell.
Special Photo
From left, Shelly K. Anderson, associate; Aisha Blanchard Collins, 2009-11 pro bono fellow; James D. Humphries IV, associate; T. Brian Green, pro bono fellow; Sean F. Rosario, associate; Charlotte M. Ritz, associate; Rita A. Sheffey, partner and pro bono committee chair for the Atlanta office; Rhani M. Lott, associate; George H. Hettrick; and Kurt A. Powell.
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Kurt A. Powell, managing partner of Richmond, Va.-based Hunton & Williams’ Atlanta office and George H. Hettrick, special counsel and pro bono leadership committee chair from the firm’s Richmond office, presented eight attorneys from the firm’s Atlanta office downtown with the 2012 E. Randolph Williams Pro Bono Award for outstanding pro bono service.

Recipients of the award, named after one of the firm’s founders, each contributed more than 100 hours of pro bono legal services to indigent clients and nonprofit organizations during the firm’s most recent fiscal year.

The firm continues to lead the way in community service in the United States through its pro bono projects. For the fourth consecutive year, 100 percent of full-time attorneys in the Atlanta office contributed to pro bono work. The Atlanta office provided more than 2,700 hours of pro bono service and represented 31 pro bono clients and organizations.
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