In a recent speech at the University of Virginia, Hunton & Williams partner Thurston Moore thanked the law school students who volunteered in the firm's pro bono program. The students assisted Hunton & Williams pro bono lawyers in representation of victims of domestic violence as well as immigrants seeking asylum from persecution in their countries of origin. As Moore reminded the students, Thomas Jefferson held the conviction that lawyers have a special obligation to serve the public interest.
Hunton Partner Encourages Pro Bono Service
Special to Law.com
June 6, 2007
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