The Innovators: Pro Bono in the DNA

To expand access to legal services, New York's chief judge has added pro bono requirements for the state's newly minted lawyers.

The American Lawyer

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To expand access to legal services, New York's chief judge Jonathan Lippman has added pro bono requirements for the state's newly minted lawyers.

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Originally appeared in print as Pro Bono in the DNA

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  • wgalison

    THE CRIMES OF JONATHAN LIPPMAN

    Two official criminal complaints against Jonathan Lippman pending before US Attorney Preet Bhrara:

    1) Regarding fraud & corruption in Lippman's nomination and confirmation proceedings:

    http://judgejonathanlippman.blogspot.fr/2013/04/letter-to-preet-bharara-re-lippman.html

    2) Regarding Lippman's illegal and unconstitutional pay raises for judges:

    http://www.judgewatch.org/web-pages/judicial-compensation/corruption-complaint-to-us-attorney-bharara2.htm

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