Pro Bono Report 2011: Choppy Waters

The American Lawyer

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They say that charity begins at home--and that's probably a good thing, since it is in shorter than usual supply at many Am Law 200 firms.



Previous Pro Bono Report coverage :: 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007

THE FEATURES

Overview: Choppy Waters After years of steady increases, average pro bono hours at Am Law 200 firms dropped sharply in 2010.
Waiting for Justice Updates on three of the highest-profile pro bono causes of the past decade.
Getting Trashed Incinerator debt helped turn Pennsylvania's capital into a Cravath pro bono client.
Into the Wilderness In a battle between Arnold & Porter and Wal-Mart, who blinked first?
Standard Bearers Allen & Overy is helping rebuild Rwanda's legal system, from the ground up.


THE CHART

Pro Bono Report 2011 The nation's 200 highest-grossing law firms, ranked by their pro bono score.

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