State Bar Honors Public Service

, New York Law Journal


The winners of the 2013 President's Pro Bono Service Awards were honored at a luncheon at the State Bar Center in Albany on May 1.

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  • Stevelaudig

    Here's another way to look at it. Pro bono subsidizes the unfairness of a system that requires lawyers to do things, but doesn't provide them and by subsidizing such an arrangement prevents its essential contradictions from manifesting and triggering a political reaction that would legal services for those in need rather than having them be 'at will' beggars.

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