pro bono pro bono


  • (adj) done for the public good without compensation


  1. A number of firms have also begun matching their recruits to pro bono opportunities.
  2. She corralled 75 private firms to conduct studies of Atlantas budgetary, infrastructure and homeless problems and perform a massive audit of the city governmentpro bono.
  3. As a PTI staff member, I write for the website pro bono, or rather pro ego.


  1. NEJM Sheds Light On Payments To Doctors

    It should come as no surprise that pharmaceutical companies pay doctors for a variety of reasons such as research, lecturing, and teaching. Such payments are justified as these physicians tend to be in demand as experts and their expertise is valued. They can?t be expected to do this work pro bono ? their time is valuable.  However, such payments are viewed with great suspicion. Industry critics ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Forbes

  2. Becky Tulipan’s pro bono success story

    Pro Bono attorney Becky Tulipan has volunteered her services to assist clients of Jacksonville Area Legal Aid and she recently helped a mother of a disabled, adult child to establish a guardian advocacy order. Take one client, one attorney, and one promise and get life changing and positive results.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Jacksonville Daily Record

  3. McCarter & English Honored for its Diversity and Pro Bono Initiatives at Euromoney’s Americas Women in Business Law ...

    McCarter & English, LLP is pleased to announce that it has been named “Best National Firm for Diversity” and “Best National Firm for Pro Bono” by Euromoney Legal Media Group at its 2013 Americas Women in Business Law Awards.
    on June 7, 2013     Source: Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance

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