Historical Society Hosts Pro Bono Discussion

New York Law Journal


Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman, who opened the program, described a "very real crisis" for low-income New Yorkers' access to justice, followed by an overview of pro bono's beginnings in New York and a panel on meeting the overwhelming demand for civil legal services through programs such as the new 50-hour pro bono requirement for bar passage.

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