"The idea immediately struck us as a worthwhile and innovative idea, as well as a very nice compliment to Day Pitney's existing pro bono program," said Harris.
Harris said the firm will pledge 500 hours of pro bono work during that three-month time span.
"The firm policy here is not only to encourage but expect lawyers to give back to the community they serve," said Harris. "It of course helps those people and deserving not-for-profits that might not otherwise have any legal representation at all. It can have a profound impact on our clients."