It is better to give than to receive
Lawyers at all levels - from trainees to partners - are doing pro bono work. Felicity Kirk looks at the sorts of projects they get involved in
Pro bono work is the giving of free or subsidised legal advice to those who could not otherwise afford it. The concept has long been an established part of the US legal practice and culture and participation in university pro bono clinics is an accepted part of a young lawyer’s development.
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