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The perils of pro bono

While pro bono work has numerous benefits, professionals must take care to maintain the boundary between lawyer and client, writes David Cliff

Going a step further

Hugh Welch discusses how firms can make their pro bono work part of a wider corporate responsibility programme to benefit their local communities

Why pro bono work?

In the current climate, it is more important than ever to engage in pro bono work, but a planned and coordinated approach will make this even more effective, writes Ann Ntephe

Enterprising thoughts

In 1989, anxieties were running high among solicitors amid a struggling economy

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