Esther Lardent, known as the “Queen of Pro Bono,” died Monday morning. She was 68.

Lardent founded the Pro Bono Institute in 1996 and quickly became one of the nation’s most high-profile and effective advocates for free legal assistance for the poor and disadvantaged. She stepped down as president of the Institute in July due to health issues, according a spokesman for the institute.

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