Panel Is Tasked to Suggest Ways to Enact Pro Bono Requirement

, New York Law Journal

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Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman yesterday announced the creation of an advisory committee that will make recommendations on how to implement a new pro bono service requirement set to become a prerequisite in 2013 for admission to the New York bar.

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  • equana Collins

    I think it would be a great idea for the new recruits to do the pro bono work so they can build their skills in the legal research and defense tactics to become great responsible reliable trustworthy attorneys at law.

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