Blog Digest: Pro Bono As CPBO Sees It
Do you follow the world of in-house pro bono brought to you by Corporate Pro Bono (CPBO) on The PBEye? Over the last five months, we have posted blogs featuring such topics as changes in multi-jurisdictional pro bono practice rules and have highlighted important pro bono work done by several legal departments.
We recommend starting with two recent postings regarding multijurisdictional practice rules impacting in-house pro bono: Arkansas Decision: Good, but not Good Enough and Virginia is for Pro Bono Lovers. You may also be interested in some of our other stories.
Ford Motor Company
Qwest Communications International Inc.
Computer Sciences Corporation
Pro Bono Partnerships:
Top 10 Things to Consider For Your Pro Bono Partnership
Merck Lawyers Think Outside the Box
Exelon Corporate Counsel’s Death Penalty Victory
Practices in In-House Pro Bono:
Do You Track Your In-House Pro Bono?
CPBO’s 2010 Benchmarking Survey Results
Dell Values Law Firm Pro Bono
The Intersection of Pro Bono and Corporate Social Responsibility
Involving Smaller Legal Departments and Remote Offices
Reinvigorate Your Legal Department’s Pro Bono Program in 2011
Multijurisdictional Practice Rules:
Virginia is for Pro Bono Lovers
Arkansas Decision: Good, but not Good Enough
In-House Pro Bono News:
ACC Chapters Show Strong Interest in Pro Bono
Time Warner’s Pro Bono New Year’s Resolution
Pro Bono Clinics Take Off!
100 and Counting!
Corporate and Global Pro Bono Expand
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