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"Pro Bono At a Glance"
(Spring 2022)

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(Fall 2021)
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"Pro Bono At a Glance"
(Spring 2021)
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(Fall 2020)
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"Pro Bono At a Glance"
(Spring 2020)
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Pro Bono At a Glance

Spring 2022 Edition

 

Dear friends,

One of the benefits of po bono work is that it can shake up our routines and provide new insights on the billable matters we handle for our paying clients. The legal needs of low-income individuals and the non-profit that support them constantly evolve and require fresh approaches and perspectives. With these dynamics in play, the Pro Bono Committee evolves as well, bringing new ideas and fresh perspectives on how the fim and our volunteer attorneys can broaden and deepen our collective pro bono effots.

As described in this edition of Pro Bono At A Glance, we have several new additions to the Committee. These attorneys, representing a cross section of our offic, practice groups, and seniority levels, bring with them their own experience and pro bono clients and matters. Building on the Committee’s past work in identifying worthy pro bono partner organizations and causes, our freshly configued Committee looks forward to making these opportunities, old and new, available to attorneys in all of our geographies and across our practice groups.

The need is there; the matters and clients are there; and the Pro Bono Committee looks forward to ensuring that Robinson+Cole maintains its prominence among the vanguard of law fims ensuring access to the justice system for all. Now is a perfect time for each of us to redouble our individual commitment to answering that call.

Peter Knight
Partner, Chair Pro Bono Committee