It was six months ago that Sorell E. Negro approached the top attorneys at Robinson & Cole about a pro bono project combating the growing problem of wildlife crimes—especially poaching—in Namibia, Africa.

The law firm, which has several projects it consults on for no charge, jumped at Negro’s idea. Now, the firm is preparing to release its second report on poaching as it continues to work with Namibian officials to strengthen its legal system.

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