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Microsoft Corporation and collaborating law firms Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, Dorsey & Whitney LLP, Heller Ehrman LLP, Holland & Knight LLP, Perkins Coie LLP
March 15, 2006
For Immediate Release – March 15, 2006 A team of attorneys from Microsoft and Seattle law firms has been awarded a national pro bono award for their innovative public service project: Volunteer Advocates for Immigrant Justice (VAIJ). Collaborating law firms include Davis Wright Tremaine LLP; Dorsey & Whitney LLP; Heller Ehrman LLP; Holland & Knight […]Download PDF
US Bank with Dorsey & Whitney LLP, Central Minnesota Legal Services, Inc. and Volunteer Lawyers Network, Ltd.
March 7, 2005
For Immediate Release – March 7, 2005 The team of attorneys from U.S. Bank, Dorsey & Whitney LLP, Central Minnesota Legal Services, Inc. (CMLS), and Volunteer Lawyers Network, Ltd. (VLN), has been selected to receive a national pro bono partnership award for their formation and collaborative staffing of the Brian Coyle Legal Clinic, located in […]Download PDF
January 1, 2005
CPBO Ideas for In-House Legal Departments This paper is intended to provide a basic introduction to the mechanics of starting and maintaining a pro bono program. Because we have addressed our comments to legal departments small and large across industries and geographic regions, our guidance is necessarily general. For tailor-made guidance on your department’s pro […]Download PDF
February 25, 2004
For Immediate Release – February 25, 2004 Washington, DC – CorporateProBono.Org (CPBO), a project of the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) and the Pro Bono Institute at Georgetown University Law Center, presented its second annual Pro Bono Partner Award today to State Farm Insurance Companies and Prairie State Legal Services, Inc. of Rockford. This award […]Download PDF
The CPBO Guide to Legal Malpractice Insurance Options for Corporate Attorneys Involved in Pro Bono Work
January 23, 2004
The CorporateProBono.Org Guide to Legal Malpractice Insurance Options for Corporate Attorneys Involved in Pro Bono Work I. WHY IS LEGAL MALPRACTICE AN ISSUE FOR IN–HOUSE ATTORNEYS DOING PRO BONO WORK? Although legal malpractice lawsuits resulting from pro bono services are extremely rare, it is nonetheless important for in-house counsel to protect themselves and their corporations […]Download PDF
February 28, 2003
For Immediate Release – February 28, 2003 Washington, DC – CorporateProBono.Org, a project of the American Corporate Counsel Association (ACCA) and the Pro Bono Institute at Georgetown University Law Center, presented its first ever Pro Bono Partner Award today to Abbott Laboratories, Baker & McKenzie, and Midwest Immigrant & Human Rights Center (AMIHRC). This new […]Download PDF