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Pro Bono Collaborations with Outside Counsel: The New Networking

Contains material from Oct 2019

Pro Bono Collaborations with Outside Counsel: The New Networking
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With both in-house counsel and outside firms wanting to give back to their communities and to develop their relationships with each other, pro bono truly is the new networking. Learn how in-house counsel and outside firms can collaborate, including best practices and overcoming fears of lack of subject-matter knowledge, on pro bono projects from legal advice clinics to direct representation, and how these collaborations help bridge the “justice gap.”

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  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 0.50 | 0.50 ethics
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 11/30/2021

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1. Pro Bono Collaborations with Outside Counsel: The New Networking (Oct 2019)

Michael Hofrichter

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Pro Bono Collaborations with Outside Counsel: The New Networking (Oct 2019)

With both in-house counsel and outside firms wanting to give back to their communities and to develop their relationships with each other, pro bono truly is the new networking. Learn how in-house counsel and outside firms can collaborate, including best practices and overcoming fears of lack of subject-matter knowledge, on pro bono projects from legal advice clinics to direct representation, and how these collaborations help bridge the “justice gap.”

Originally presented at: Sep 2019 Gas and Power Institute

Michael Hofrichter, Houston Volunteer Lawyers - Houston, TX

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