The earthquake that shook Haiti to its foundations on Jan. 12, 2010, devastated the impoverished island nation’s infrastructure and left hundreds of thousands dead. Dozens of countries rushed rescue and aid operations to Haiti to save those still trapped in the rubble, feed and clothe the thousands who lost their homes, and help the country recover and rebuild.

Among those participating in the ongoing efforts are members of the global legal community. Law.com brings you continuing coverage from ALM publications documenting fundraising efforts, legal aid projects for Haitians and reports from lawyers on the front lines in Port-au-Prince.

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