Susan Beck's Summary Judgment: The One-Tenth of One Percent Solution

, The Litigation Daily


Pro bono is great, but it doesn't take the place of supporting legal aid lawyers, who provide the most efficient delivery of legal services for the poor.

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  • Chris Bennett

    Congratulations to law firms that do more than their share. Thank you to firms that have new and meaningful pro bono commitments in place. And a proclamation of courage is due in New York for requiring pro bono as a condition for bar admission.

    Inspirational leadership comes from law schools that integrate pro bono into the curriculum and culture - making sure students understand, embrace and carry forward the social responsibility of pro bono throughout their careers. Moreover, hats off to law schools that take a holistic approach by working with medical schools to create student teams that collaboratively solve the interrelated health and legal needs of underserved populations. Check out these examples in an article by UC Davis medical school Dean Claire Pomeroy and the Center for medical-legal partnership. It is time for everyone to make a difference.

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