"More" is the adjective best suited to describe 2007 pro bono activity at Texas' largest firms more total hours and more average hours per attorney, when compared to 2006, according to Texas Lawyer's annual Pro Bono Survey. Two lawyers active in pro bono work are William G. Hagans and Ileana M. Blanco (pictured).
Big-Tex Firms' Pro Bono Hours Rose By Nearly 15 Percent in '07
July 28, 2008
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