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Coast to Coast Discusses Pro Bono Work

Why aren't there more lawyers doing pro bono work?

Today's Coast to Coast program explores that issue with special guests Mark O'Brien, Deputy Director of Probono.net, a non-profit organization in New York City, which provides access to justice through innovative technology and volunteer lawyer participation and Ken Babcock, the Executive Director and General Counsel for Public Law Center in its 24th year providing free civil legal services for residents in Orange County, California.

The second segment of the show shifts over as the Supreme Court approaches a new session to discuss what's in store and what cases to watch.  My Co-host Bob Ambrogi and I were thrilled to have Marcia Coyle, Washington Bureau Chief for the National Law Journal and Commentator for PBS join us as we discuss the issues Coast to Coast

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