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Pro Bono

Describing work done for no pay. Pro bono work is done as a favor for a friend, but the term especially applies to work done for a client who lacks the ability to pay. Lawyers in the United States, for example, are required to do a certain amount of pro bono work to guarantee that everyone has access to the court system.
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Serving as the Bar's charitable conduit for the funds, the Foundation uses the funds to benefit consumers and pro bono programs.
For Bauer, pro bono publico is more than a Latin expression meaning "for the public good." It is the opportunity to reach across communities and provide services and solutions to those who may otherwise remain unrepresented.
En este articulo, mas precisamente, quisiera examinar los origenes, estructura y dinamicas del trabajo juridico pro bono que hacen los abogados en Brasil.
When did you decide to make pro bono work such a priority in your career?
The data comes from annual reports on pro bono service all Maryland attorneys are required to fill out under the Maryland Attorneys' Rules of Professional Conduct.
Pro Bono Partnership provides free business and transactional legal services to nonprofit organizations serving the disadvantaged or enhancing the quality of life in neighborhoods in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.
The organization provides a place for pro bono attorneys to meet with clients as well as support staff as needed.
Pro bono assistance is also given to charities and not-for-profit organisations.
"Pro bono at Williams Mullen begins and ends with Andy Nea," said firm partner Benjamin Pace.
Hobish spoke on behalf of the Founders Award recipients and shared the vision, challenges, and successes that shaped Pro Bono Partnership's early years.
To that end, the IADC is proud to announce the formation of a new Standing Committee: the Social Justice Pro Bono Committee.