What happens when a firm with a long tradition of pro bono service decides to make that tradition even stronger? One result is that the firm can learn some important lessons about what works.

At Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, we have a long tradition of pro bono service. And in the past three years, we’ve expanded on that tradition significantly, at least as measured in pro bono hours. For the firm as a whole and for the Washington, D.C., office in particular, pro bono hours nearly tripled — increasing more than 170 percent — between 2004 and 2006.

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