Wiley Rein partner Andrew McBride, an unabashed conservative and capitalist, says conservative activists shouldn’t complain if firms turn down their pro bono entreaties.
“It’s private enterprise,” he says. “Management is entitled to say no. It’s their firm. You’re using their resources and their firm name.”
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