Attorney Dawn Levine acknowledges that she likes to make money as much as the next person. But while "thanks" with a paycheck feels good, Levine notes that the thanks you get from your client when you took their case for nothing feels good on a completely different, but very real level. Levine counts off her eight top reasons to do pro bono work, including that it makes her a better attorney. Her No. 1 reason? For every pro bono case you take, that is one attorney joke that is undermined.
Top 8 Reasons to Take Pro Bono Cases
April 23, 2010