Day: May 9, 2013

Pro Bono Isn’t Just For Litigators!

Transactional or business-related pro bono projects can offer meaningful long-term solutions for individuals, families, and communities in need.  In addition, involving non-litigators is one of the most effective ways to enhance pro bono performance and broaden institutional support for pro bono.  Law firms and legal departments that want to expand their pro bono programs by involving their business and transactional lawyers, however, often report difficulty in finding a steady, varied, and reliable stream of appropriate transactional pro bono matters.  It is one of the most common topics of requests for expert consultation that we receive, and we can help! Recently,

Read More »