My aim in this essay is to explain and defend a simple proposition, which I'll call the pro bono thesis: law teachers and law schools have the same pro bono responsibilities as lawyers and law firms. By "pro bono" I mean something more particular than community service or civic involvement. I mean free or reduced-rate legal work for those who cannot afford to pay for it. The pro bono thesis is that law teachers and law schools have pro bono responsibilities in this sense.
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Scholarly Commons Citation
Luban, David, "Faculty Pro Bono and the Question of Identity" (1999). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. Paper 1750.