Law360, New York (January 1, 2014, 3:16 PM EST) -- Pro bono activity should continue to be vigorous in 2014, as the pro bono commitment by large law firms remains markedly above the norm just a decade ago. According to data from the American Lawyer, the largest 200 law firms in the United States have for the past five years reported devoting in excess of 4.8 million hours to pro bono service in the aggregate, well above the 3.3 million hours reported in 2003 (the high-water mark at the time). Despite the economic changes in the legal market, there is every reason to believe that this level of pro bono work...
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