The private law firm and pro bono publico programs: a responsive merger: American Bar Association, Section of Individual Rights and Responsibilities, Project to Assist Interested Law Firms in Pro Bono Publico Programs
Marna S. Tucker, American Bar Association. Project to Assist Interested Law Firms in Pro Bono Publico Programs
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