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Judge Dismisses Malpractice Case Stemming from Firm’s Pro Bono Work

Jan 11, 2013, 07:41 am CDT

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Pro bono practice is not always rewarding, and may not be the ideal mechanism for training new associates (if that what was happening here).

By B. McLeod on 2013 01 11, 8:10 am CDT

McLeod - I take it that the statement “pro bono practice is sometimes rewarding and may be the ideal mechanism for training new associates (if that [is] what was happening here)” would be equally true?  And . . . .

By Pushkin on 2013 01 11, 12:14 pm CDT

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