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Articles on Pro Bono

New Illinois Legal Aid Online website serves legal professionals, consumers By Matthew Hector October 2016 LawPulse, Page 12 By consolidating its five websites and removing duplicative content, ILAO has managed to create a one-stop website for laypersons and lawyers alike.
Retired, inactive, in-house lawyers can now represent clients pro bono By Helen W. Gunnarsson July 2008 LawPulse, Page 334 Effective July 1, new supreme court rules let retired, inactive, and in-house lawyers working through legal-aid providers or other approved groups represent clients pro bono.
The New Pro Bono Reporting Requirement By Helen W. Gunnarsson September 2006 Article, Page 468 What is a client of "limited means" for reporting purposes? What kinds of services count as "pro bono"? Justice Kilbride and others talk about pro bono reporting.
Correspondence from Our Readers April 2005 Column, Page 158 Pro bono – the system must be fair.
Strengthening the Legal-Aid Safety Net By Ole Bly Pace, III March 2005 Column, Page 108 We need to find a way to serve the unmet legal needs of the poor without unfairly burdening solo and small-firm lawyers.