American Lawyer’s 2013 Pro Bono Report

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American Lawyer has released its 2013 Pro Bono Report. The report notes that while revenue for big law firms has increased, pro bono work has declined for the second consecutive year. This drop includes both total pro bono hours and average hours per lawyer.

A bright spot, however: the average percentage of lawyers performing at least 20 hours of pro bono work rose 0.4 percent, bucking the downward spiral of the previous two years.

The full report is available, here.

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One Response to American Lawyer’s 2013 Pro Bono Report

  1. Jon Mark says:

    Reblogged this on Texas Poverty Law Blog.

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