If the coronavirus continues to slow the global economy to the point of a recession and law firms are forced to make cuts, it might be assumed that pro bono practices would be one of the first practice areas to be trimmed or culled.

But law firms around the globe insist they will maintain their commitment to their pro bono program if the economy worsens, and, in fact, history shows this is what happened during the last serious global slowdown.

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