An Unbeatable Team: The PBEye and In-house Access
In addition to weekly posts regarding in-house pro bono found here at The PBEye, CPBO contributes to the Association of Corporate Counsel’s** blog In-house Access. Posts on pro bono at In-house Access have covered topics ranging from the cases for and against mandatory pro bono to determining what the future should look like for mature pro bono programs. Just last week, Eric Henricks, assistant general counsel at Nationwide Insurance**, blogged about pro bono at ACC’s 2012 Annual Meeting.
To read Henricks’ blog, click the first link below, and while you’re at it check out a couple other posts we think you’ll enjoy:
- Pro Bono Junkies: Some Addictions Are Good, November 27, 2012, by Eric Henricks, Assistant General Counsel, Investments Practice Group at Nationwide Insurance
- The Face of In-house Pro Bono: Perspectives From an Established Corporate Pro Bono Program, August 24, 2012, by Mark R. Daniel, Vice President and Group Managing Counsel – Patents, Merck & Co., Inc.**
- Three Lessons from First Impressions, June 20, 2012, by Erin Correale, Director and Associate General Counsel, UBS Financial Services Inc., in the UBS Wealth Management Americas business division
This is just the tip of the iceberg. So much more is available in CPBO’s weekly posts here at The PBEye and at In-house Access. If you are interested in being a guest blogger on in-house pro bono, please contact CPBO Director Eve Runyon.
**denotes a Signatory to the Corporate Pro Bono ChallengeSM