A day or two after Hurricane Katrina hit, Daniel Shea received an alert in his e-mail from the Houston Bar Association, which wanted to tell members about ways to help victims of the storm. Shea, then a Houston solo, took the HBA message to heart.

“I realized I had to go do what I could to help,” says Shea, a 63-year-old plaintiffs lawyer.

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