Pro Bono

The Lawyer Who Says 'Yes'

Pro Bono Work Benefits Attorneys and Clients Alike

, The Legal Intelligencer


Six single parents were on the verge of losing their homes. Five senior citizens' benefits were cut. Four victims of domestic violence needed to secure custody of their children.

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  • Sara Jacobson

    Great, inspirational article. This shows how attorneys can get just as much out of pro bono work as the clients they help. These days pro bono help is needed more than ever.

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