Pope Francis And Pro Bono Publico

Law360, New York (September 30, 2015, 6:33 PM EDT) -- Kevin J. Curnin

Jennifer L. Colyer Listening to Pope Francis last week as he made his way from Washington to New York to Philadelphia, one could be forgiven for imagining he was a poverty lawyer in robes. In these deeply historical cities, each with its own set of contemporary urban problems, his itinerary included a telling mix of secular venues: the White House, U.S. Capitol and U.N., counter-balanced by a city jail and a soup kitchen, where he had lunch with some of Washington's neediest residents. He could have dined with lawmakers on Capitol Hill, but chose to listen to their...

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