This article discusses the pro bono response to the horrendous events of 9/11 and its ongoing importance. This is not simply because these efforts could replicated or improved on as a response in the event of another catastrophe. More importantly, what was and was not accomplished and by whom, plus the spillover effects of 9/11-related pro bono efforts, all have great significance to efforts to increase "regular” pro bono activities.
Ronald J. Tabak,
A Practitioner's Reflections: The Ongoing Relevance of the Pro Bono Response to 9/11,
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