It’s Pro Bono Podcast Monday
Need an alternative to Monday Night Football? Tune in to the Law Firm Pro Bono Project’s podcast, the Pro Bono Happy Hour, and learn about exciting and meaningful developments in the world of law firm pro bono and access to justice.
Don’t miss our recent interview with Ken Manaster, professor emeritus at Santa Clara Law, senior counsel at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman*, and co-author of the new book, “Pro Bono Practice & Legal Ethics.” In addition to discussing his book, Ken talks to about his experience as a young lawyer working with Chicago attorney (and later Supreme Court Justice) John Paul Stevens on an investigation in to corruption in the Illinois Supreme Court.
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Want to learn more about the world of in-house pro bono? Check out Corporate Pro Bono’s podcast, the CLO & Pro Bono Series, which features Chief Legal Officers discussing the importance of pro bono and access to justice.
* denotes a signatory to the Law Firm Pro Bono Challenge®