“One thing I recognized over the past few years is that there are great opportunities for international pro bono. We don’t think of that when we first think of pro bono,” said Judge George Daniels of the Federal District Court in Manhattan Thursday night at the New York City Bar Association. “The problems are so serious; you recognize it doesn’t take a lot to make a difference.”

Example No. 1 for Daniels would likely be Liberia, which was the topic of discussion Thursday at a New York City Bar reception, as the national “study tour” of Johnnie Lewis, chief justice of the Supreme Court of Liberia, neared its finale.

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