NY Plan To Expand In-House Pro Bono Due Soon, Judge Says

Law360, New York (August 20, 2013, 6:24 PM ET) -- New York is closing in on a plan to allow nonadmitted, in-house counsel to do pro bono work, Court of Appeals Judge Victoria Graffeo said Tuesday, but she also issued a plea for lawyers who fall into that category to fill out the papers required to make them eligible to help close the “justice gap.”

Judge Graffeo — picked in July by Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman to examine the potential impact that in-house counsel who work in New York, but who don't belong to the state...
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