After 22 years as a class action lawyer, attorney Martin D’Urso has decided that it’s time for the “second phase” of his career. Last month, he left Kohn Swift & Graf to take an in-house counsel position with Youth Advocate Programs Inc., a nonprofit organization that works closely with courts to provide non-institutional alternatives for nonviolent juvenile offenders.

“This is the kind of work that I had hoped to do when I got out of law school,” D’Urso said in a recent interview.

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