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1. Another pro bono endeavor involves representing a convicted murderer from Indiana.
2. The awards are an outgrowth of the pro bono recognition program of the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (AMCP).
3. As a result, pro bono organizational directors report the constant pressure to be out in the legal community " proselytizing " new recruits.
4. But China is a market where the pro bono approach can pay off.
5. They would like to expand their pro bono work around Scotland.
6. Stacey is a talented lawyer who does pro bono work to help people in her community.
7. You two want me to work for you pro bono?
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8. The pro bono network has provided critical suste?nance to legal services and public interest groups, which have relied heavily upon pro bono resources to advance their agendas.
9. He was representing, pro bono, 200 or so Amerasians and their family members scattered through the Philippines, negotiating their futures with the U.S. Embassy in Manila.
10. In this way, big-firm pro bono serves not merely as a vehicle to advance the public good, but also as a source of professional legitimation .
11. The Creative Commons provides this mechanism through pro bono legal work, technical and community leadership, and constant advocacy.
12. She read the declaration aloud pro bono publico.
13. Even worse, only one in four wants to get more involved in pro bono work.
14. Three-fourths think all lawyers have an obligation to do pro bono, but only 60 percent have actually ever provided services.
15. Her clients include trade unions, job training and placement organizations, social service agencies and hospitals. She also teaches many classes pro bono .
16. This is the action of one individual at our agency working on a pro bono account.
17. Defenders of the selection of Mr. Feinberg point to his almost three years spent as a pro bono Special Master of the fund that compensated victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
18. That's why I told you I would be your lawyer pro bono.
19. Whereas Britain offers automatic legal aid to the foreign parent trying to recover the children, in America they must rely on their own resources or a pro bono lawyer.
20. Meanwhile, Mr. Hansen's mother had gotten her personal lawyer, a local Chinese, to file a pro bono lawsuit -- a small but growing field in China -- against Mr. Wang's employer.
21. Meanwhile, Mr.Hansen's mother had gotten her personal lawyer, a local Chinese, to file a pro bono lawsuit -- a small but growing field in China -- against Mr.
22. Seriously. Unless there's prenuptial option or you feel really confident in your pro bono abilities, courts are usually only good for splitting hairs between legally married couples with lawyers.
23. We provide cash, lots of volunteer hours from our people, and pro bono work on systems that give principals and schools districts much better data about their students' progress.
24. be made available with provision for transport as it is not possible for UN organisations to accept pro bono provision.
25. The Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice called on lawyers in the state to provide pro bono assistance to people facing foreclosures.
26. Scarlett has lived in Africa, Asia, Europe, and South America, and her pro bono work has included winning asylum in the United States for survivors of torture.
27. The writer of this article, a FORTUNE senior editor-at-large, is a Berkshire Hathaway shareholder, a long-time friend of Warren Buffett's and the pro bono editor of his annual chairman's letter.
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