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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The individuals and firms receiving 2003 ABA Pro Bono Publico Awards have displayed tireless dedication to ensure that legal services are available to so many people in need," said Debbie Segal, chair of the ABA committee.
ABA Pro Bono Publico awardees are selected from those who have excelled in one or more of the following: (a) demonstrated dedication to the development and delivery of legal services to the poor through a pro bono program; (b) contributed significant work developing innovative approaches to delivery of volunteer legal services; (c) participated in an activity which resulted in satisfying previously unmet needs or extending services to underserved segments of the population; (d) successfully litigated pro bono cases that favorably affected the provision of other services to the poor; and (e) successfully achieved legislation that contributed substantially to legal services to the poor.
Community Service Award: This award recognizes a lawyer or law department that has made significant contributions and devoted significant time to the community through legal work pro bono publico or through other non-legal community service.
The Foundation works to encourage a sustained commitment by the legal profession pro bono publico (for the good of the public) through monetary contributions and the voluntary donation of legal services.
NEW YORK -- Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP partner Debra Brown Steinberg has been named a recipient of the 2006 American Bar Association (ABA) Pro Bono Publico Award for extraordinary contributions of legal services to those who cannot afford representation.
He has been the recipient of many awards including the American Bar Association's Pro Bono Publico Award in 1993 and the New York State Bar Association's Root/Stimsom Public Service Award in 1992.
Japonica Partners, the entrepreneurial co-investment firm that makes concentrated investments in underperforming global large caps, has benevolently assented to support CAKE, pro bono publico, in vetting managers.
He believes that this work, performed pro bono publico (for the good of the public) is vital to the profession's soul.
SAN FRANCISCO -- The American Bar Association is honoring Morrison & Foerster LLP with a 2002 ABA Pro Bono Publico Award during the ABA Annual Meeting in August in Washington, D.
His contributions to the ABA will reinforce Hunton & Williams' exemplary involvement in public service, which was recognized in 1999 when it won the prestigious ABA Pro Bono Publico Award.
Greer was honored by the American Bar Association with its 1995 Pro Bono Publico award.