Lives Transformed

, New York Law Journal

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For the past quarter century, William J. Dean, who will step-down as executive director of Volunteers of Legal Service later this month, says he has had the good fortune to work on legal matters which he deems to be of the highest importance; to work with lawyers who strive to fulfill the Biblical injunction in Deuteronomy, "Justice, justice shall ye pursue all the days of your life." The work has been life-transforming: For the clients and for their pro bono lawyers. And for himself.

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