pro bono publico


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pro bono publico

(prō bō′ nō pŭb′ lĭ-kō, poob-)
Rendered for the public good (i.e., without financial reward).
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Levin, Pro Bono Publico in a Parallel Universe: The Meaning of Pro Bono in Solo and Small Law Firms, 37 HOFSTRA L.
(247.) Levin, Pro Bono Publico, supra note 232, at 708.
Maute, Pro Bono Publico in Oklahoma, Time for Change, 53 OKLA.
Matalon, Note, The Civil Indigent's Last Chance for Meaningful Access to the Federal Courts: The Inherent Power to Mandate Pro Bono Publico, 71 B.U.
But their ideas merely expressed the widespread Ciceronian concept of the vita activa, with its dedication pro bono publico, as we well know from the work of Kristeller, Garin, Baron, Rice and other modern scholars not cited here.
Davis Polk and several of its lawyers were honored by The Legal Aid Society at the 2017 Pro Bono Publico Awards on October 26, 2017.
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That pro bono program was the first government lawyers program to ever win the ABA National Pro Bono Publico Award and the first government office to ever win the Chief Justice of Florida's law firm commendation....
Read more about the 2013 Pro Bono Publico Award recipients here.
A multiple-term director for the Bucks County Bar Association, Lyons was awarded the Bucks County Bar Association Pro Bono Publico Award and the PBA Pro Bono Award in 2008.
But it did not seek to maximise profits in the short term, and pro bono publico was a (largely unspoken) part of its philosophy.