On Memorial Day weekend, Sarah Murnaghan was dying in a bed in the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia awaiting a lung transplant. Her parents, Fran and Janet Murnaghan, had just begun a public campaign to overturn lung transplant rules that prevented children under the age of 12 from being placed on the adult transplant list. With time running short, her aunt, Sharon Ruddock, worked with family friends in a desperate search for help. They turned to the Philadelphia legal community.
When It Comes to Pro Bono, Pepper Walks the Walk
The Legal Intelligencer
September 27, 2013