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Fourteen years ago, Bill Hirsh learned how to draft wills while volunteering for San Francisco’s AIDS Legal Referral Panel.

The group was in its infancy, AIDS was reaching its zenith and the demand for wills for gay men in their prime was unprecedented. ALRP, which connects needy clients with lawyers — usually offering their services for free — snatched up Hirsh fresh out of Golden Gate University School of Law.

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