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Law firms are some of the most generous entities in existence. I’m not aware of any other industry where the professionals are expected to do work for free as part of their duty. Pro bono work on an individual level is often not publicized, but the work you do in the community as a firm should be. Here’s how to ensure both you and the charities, nonprofits, etc. you’re supporting gain the maximum amount of exposure and awareness for their causes.
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