The Power of Judges To Encourage Pro Bono

, New York Law Journal

Stephen M. Hudspeth, clinical lecturer at Yale Law School and a lecturer and Becton Fellow at Yale Graduate School of Management, writes: "Encouraging attorneys to do pro bono work is a perennial subject at law firms and among the bar. I know firsthand because for the last dozen years before my retirement five years ago from a large international law firm, I chaired its pro bono committee and had the opportunity to work on a number of pro bono cases myself."

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