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Pro Bono Professors Available to Assist Non-Profit Public Interest Legal Organizations

Thursday, June 22, 2006

The Stanford Center on Ethics has launched a Pro Bono Professors website that lists faculty members who are willing to assist non profit public interest legal organizations without charge.

The list is accessible at http://ethics.stanford.edu/Pro_Bono_Professors_Database.htm

Faculty who teach professional responsibility and may be able to offer assistance are listed by name and by areas of expertise.

Although participants have not agreed to take any case at any time, they have agreed to accept requests for aid. If their schedule does not permit assistance, they may be able to provide referrals.

For more information on the database, please contact Bisera More, bmore@stanford.edu

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