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We all know why big time law firms do pro bono work. It could be for many reasons. All clearly altruistic and humanitarian. â€œGiving back to the communityâ€. Giving associates some legal experience. It could be for reputational effect, or simply, for that warm, fuzzy feeling we all get inside when helping those less fortunate.
Generally speaking, pro bono work makes for good press. But this is not always the case.
Pillsbury Winthrop, a major law firm based out of San Fran, received a good beat-down in the local San Francisco media this week for its pro bono help to a man named Bob Kaufman. Continue reading “Big Law Firm Gets Berated For Pro Bono Work With Junk Cars” »