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Report: More D.C. Lawyers Doing Pro Bono Work

Industries / Law : The Blog of LegalTimes

Pro bono work by Washington-based lawyers is on the rise, according to a new survey released this week by the D.C. Bar Pro Bono Committee. In 2012, 62 of the city's largest law firms reported that more than 10,000 D.C.-based...

DC Firm Ditches the Billable Hour: Will Others Follow?

Industries / Law : FindLaw's Writ - Legal Commentary

Lawyers at a lucrative Washington, D.C., law firm have a new reason to celebrate this New Year's Day. That's when a new policy kicks in for their practice group, bidding bye-bye to the billable hour. And it's not just billables. Mem...

5 Ways Attorneys Can Rack Up Pro Bono Hours

Industries / Law : FindLaw's Writ - Legal Commentary

For many law firm attorneys, pro bono work may be the most rewarding type of work you get to perform. Instead of staring at a computer screen and sifting through endless documents, pro bono work gives a lawyer an opportunity to do s...

Pro Bono for Small Firms and Solos: 5 Ways to Make It Work for You

Industries / Law : FindLaw's Writ - Legal Commentary

You know of pro bono. You did some of that in law school: you know, providing free legal services to people who can't afford them. But now that you're working, you wonder, "Hey, whatever happened to pro bono work?"If you work in Big...

Pro Bono Services Can Pay Off for Your Practice

Industries / Law : FindLaw's Writ - Legal Commentary

The ABA suggests that attorneys provide 50 hours of pro bono legal services every year, but that can be a lot to ask of solo practitioners or those who work in small firms. Many consider pro bono work as something that distracts the...

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