September 11, 1998

Alston & Bird Reported in the Atlanta Business Chronicle as a Law Firm That is "Using Its Expertise to Provide Volunteer Services"

The Atlanta Business Chronicle supplement, Volunteer, Inc., reports that Alston & Bird is among the "Atlanta companies committed to community service" through the Firm's various volunteer programs. The article, "Businesses Lend Employees' Expertise to Projects," mentions Alston & Bird's Truancy Intervention Project (TIP) and the Aim Toward Leadership and Service (ATLAS) Program.

The Firm co-founded TIP "with the aim of returning truants and at-risk youth to school without future referral to juvenile court," and initiated ATLAS to "team adolescent girls with successful career women for mentoring and career counseling."
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