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In-house lawyers who want to do pro bono work face several unique hurdles, including ethical challenges, malpractice insurance concerns and operating without support from the types of established pro bono programs commonly found at sizeable law firms. 

Phillip Bantz

Phillip Bantz is a reporter for Corporate Counsel. Follow him on Twitter @PhillipBantz.

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