Video: Why Do Pro Bono? Nicky Friedman, Allens

Most lawyers who dedicate a lot of their time to pro bono will tell you they do it because “it’s the right thing to do,” and we at The PBEye would have to agree.  Lawyers are gifted with a particular set of skills that are very useful to those in our communities and especially those who are disadvantaged and cannot afford legal aid.

This week we hear from Nicky Friedman, senior associate and national coordinator of pro bono and community programs at Allens, on why her firm believes it’s important to do pro bono.

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