Thomas Farrish was a third-year associate at Day Pitney in 2007 when he received a call from U.S. District Judge Stefan Underhill to take on a pro bono case for an inmate, an experience he credits with making him a better attorney.

Underhill’s call began for Farrish a dozen years of pro bono work on behalf of at least 10 other male inmates.

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