b'Finegan and employment attorney Natalie Groot, heIts rewarding to offer our help to those in need as they launched an unprecedented practice-wide pro bononavigate this evolving employment landscape, Mike said. initiative in early June to connect employment attorneysThe attorneys in our practice have overwhelmingly with income-screened small businesses and nonprofits viawelcomed the opportunity to do their part to help during local legal services organizations.these difficult times. Even just one hour of an attorneys Natalie leads employment attorneys in Boston, New Yorkday can make all the difference.City, Washington, DC, and San Diego in the effort, whichAt the firms annual Pro Bono Award Reception in July, has already involved nearly 100% of the roughly 30held online due to COVID-19, Drew received the 2020 attorneys across the practice. After a local legal servicesRichard Mintz Pro Bono Award for his work on the partner provides Mintz with background information, aSupreme Court amicus brief and other pro bono work Mintz attorney will typically schedule a one-hour phonethroughout the year, while the Employment, Labor & consultation with a client to address the organizationsBenefits Practice received a Special Recognition Pro Bono pandemic-related employment law challenges. AnAward recognizing its innovative, section-wide pro bono employment attorney in each city coordinates the localefforts. For more information on these and other pro bono teams participation.stories, look out for the firms new pro bono journal, Resilience, scheduled for publication in October.11'