Jamie Dyce

Duane Morris

New York Law Journal

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As a trusts and estates associate at Duane Morris, Jamie Dyce's practice wouldn't normally intersect with sex trafficking victims. But through a partnership with a non-profit organization, Dyce and the firm's New York office have made representation of former sex slaves their signature pro bono initiative. For Dyce, the unofficial coordinator, service to the sexually exploited has become the centerpiece of her ambitious 200-hour-per-year pro bono commitment.

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