Up The Irish: St. Paddy’s Is For Celebrating Pro Bono, Too

Law360, New York (March 16, 2015, 8:47 PM EDT) -- Just in time for St Patrick’s Day, Ireland has released the results of that country’s first-ever survey on pro bono legal work. As befits a day that is mostly about celebrating — Spring is on it’s way, not only in Dublin, but even in Boston — the results are encouraging. In addition, the results mirror a lot of our experience United States regarding how and why (or why not) lawyers are contributing to the common good.

The survey was administered by the Public Interest Law Alliance, located in Dublin. PILA’s survey focused on “the experience of individuals and therefore does not...

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