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Adams and Reese totaled 6,689 pro bono hours in 2013 as the law firm's attorneys continued to help those in legal need who cannot afford it and volunteer for pro bono and nonprofit organizations across the firm's regional footprint in each of its 16 offices and cities across seven states and Washington, DC.

In the last five years combined, Adams and Reese attorneys have donated more than 31,500 pro bono hours, including more than 20,000 pro bono hours in the last three years. 

The firm's numbers have helped Adams and Reese rank among the Top 200 Law Firms in the nation by pro bono hours by American Lawyer. 

Adams and Reese partners with several pro bono and nonprofit organizations in each of the firm's offices, including: National Appleseed, Louisiana Appleseed, The Baton Rouge Bar Foundation Pro Bono Project, Legal Aid Society of Tennessee,, Alabama Appleseed, Birmingham Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Program, Child Advocacy Center, Houston Volunteer Lawyers Program/Houston Bar Foundation, Memphis Area Legal Services, Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers Program, New Orleans Pro Bono Project, South Carolina Legal Services, Bay Area Legal Services, Inc., Are You Safe, Gulfcoast Legal Services and the Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers Project.

The firm requires each attorney to perform 20 hours of pro bono work per year.