The personal rewards of doing pro bono work are well documented. So it was no surprise to hear lawyers tell heart-tugging stories about helping childless couples adopt or abused women escape violent relationships at a June 2 panel discussion on pro bono work sponsored by Silicon Valley Campaign for Legal Services.

But pro bono work has its professional benefits, too, said the four attorneys and one state judge who spoke on the panel at Bingham McCutchen in East Palo Alto.

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