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When people took to the streets after George Floyd’s killing, Atlanta-based law firm Alston & Bird took to the books. The firm organized resources for employees to get involved in the fight for racial justice. Some attorneys even provided pro bono support to individuals’ and nonprofits’ legal teams that were linked to the protests. In early June 2020, the firm as a whole took a stance by joining with other law firms to petition for a repeal of a New York law that prevented the disclosure of police disciplinary records. Throughout the pandemic, the company cared for employees by offering virtual classes in mindfulness training, yoga, and other wellness areas. One employee, a working mother, praised the company’s emphasis on work/life balance. Her managers let her put family first, and they “still treat me the same as everyone else,” she said.
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