BigLaw Leads Charge In Pro Bono Work, ABA Says

Law360, New York (March 22, 2013, 4:16 PM EDT) -- The nation's largest law firms dominated pro bono legal work for the indigent, with their attorneys racking up an average of 77 hours in such work in 2011 amid economic uncertainty, according to a survey released Friday by the American Bar Association.

Supporting Justice III: A Report on the Pro Bono Work of America's Lawyers suggests there is a growing awareness among lawyers — from solo practitioners to partners at major corporate firms — about offering their legal services either for free or at reduced costs to...
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