Each day it seems a social or policy issue pops up that may make you think, "As a lawyer, what can I do to help?" Yet a lack of time as well as litigation experience often keeps attorneys from taking on pro bono cases. Linda Singer, executive director of Appleseed, a nonprofit network that links law firms with pro bono work, says lawyers and their firms should think outside of the box to come up with ways they can take on some of the most challenging, interesting and meaningful work to be done.
Why Lawyers Should Take on Pro Bono Work
August 11, 2006
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