Law firms have teamed up with Children's Rights, a private New York-based child-advocacy organization, with the aim of reforming troubled foster care, child protection and child welfare systems in states across the nation. Pro bono firms -- in addition to providing attorneys who are members of the bar in the state being sued -- are crucial to bearing the costs of discovery and trial preparation.
The National Law Journal
September 22, 2003
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