It's tough to imagine a Washington white-collar crime lawyer on the streets of Ethiopia -- where one person's annual income is equal to a billable hour for many U.S. attorneys -- but that's exactly where DLA Piper partner Sheldon Krantz will be in June. He leads DLA's nonprofit subsidiary New Perimeter, which focuses on international pro bono work. For its latest project, DLA lawyers are teaching spring semester courses at Ethiopia's Addis Ababa Law School.
DLA Partner Heads to Ethiopia to Teach at Law School
May 1, 2008