Miami lawyer Allison Day had never given the world of bankruptcy a moment’s thought until she was unwillingly thrust into it, having gotten involved in a business that didn’t work out. But after watching her bankruptcy attorney do his thing, Day was hooked.

Now a shareholder at Miami’s Genovese Joblove & Battista, Day swears by pro bono work, still mindful of what it felt like to be in the client.

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