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Pro Bono Basics 2021: Best Practices and Ethics
Adam Heintz, Karen Fisher Gutheil
Ethics and professional responsibility,
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Chapter 1. Amy Barasch, Pro Pro Bono: Volunteer Lawyers Are an Essential Part of Access to Civil Justice, New York Law School, Impact Center for Public Interest Law, Book 7 (2016)
Chapter 2. Public Interest Pro Bono Association (PIPBA), Troubleshooting Pro Bono Relationships with Low-Income Clients
Chapter 3. Public Interest Pro Bono Association (PIPBA), Working with Survivors of Abuse: A Trauma Informed Approach
Chapter 4. Susan Bryant, The Five Habits: Building Cross-Cultural Competence in Lawyers, 8 Clinical L. Rev. 33 (Fall 2001)
Chapter 5. Madeleine Schachter, Appendix A20: In-House Counsel Pro Bono Programs, Practising Law Institute, Corporate Legal Departments: Practising Law in a Corporation (Fourth Edition) (September 2020)
Chapter 6. Ethical Considerations for In-House Pro Bono Programs
Chapter 7. Pro Bono Legal Services, Rules of the Court of Appeals for the Registration of In-House Counsel, 22 N.Y.C.R.R. 522.8
Chapter 8. California Rules of Court, Rule 9.46. Registered In-House Counsel (Revised September 1, 2020)
Chapter 9. Katie M. Lachter, “Three Ethics Rules to Know Before Taking on a Pro Bono Matter,” Proskauer for Good (September 27, 2017)
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