Editor: What experiences in your early life prompted your interest in pro bono work?
Toll: On that issue, I give credit to my parents and extended family. I was raised to give back. Volunteering is a very important activity in my family, and one of the main reasons I went to law school was to help people.
Editor: Tell us what led to your leadership role in the firm’s pro bono activities?
Toll: Prior to coming to King & Spalding in 2006, I worked for the Office of the Public Defender for the State of Maryland for four years. Giving back through my work as a lawyer has always been very important to me. The public defender position gave me great...