In an effort to beef up the pro bono contributions of in-house counsel, increase the availability of legal services to those in need and address some nagging questions that may impede the ability of corporate attorneys to pitch in, Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman has directed a statewide committee to promptly explore the issues.
Lippman announced on Wednesday the formation of a committee chaired by Court of Appeals Judge Victoria Graffeo and indicated he is looking for recommendations before the year is out. It is expected that the Advisory Committee on Pro Bono Service by In-House Counsel will present proposals to the Administrative Board of the Courts this fall.
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