This Article looks at Pro Bono work at the top large law firms. The Author examines the pro bono commitment of America's most financially successful firms. The Article describes the contradiction between how the firms present themselves on pro bono work and what they actually accomplish. The Author believes the solution to this situation is mandatory pro bono. The Article proposes that the rules of professional conduct should require pro bono work.
Lawrence J. Fox,
SHOULD WE MANDATE DOING WELL BY DOING GOOD?,
33 Fordham Urb. L.J. 249
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