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Pro Bono Work Can Also Be Good For Business, Bill Waddell Says (AR)
Monday, October 16, 2017
- Arkansas Business
Pro Bono Work Can Also Be Good For Business, Bill Waddell Says
"When Little Rock attorney Bill Waddell found himself in the national spotlight in August, he embraced it to spread the word on the first rural legal-medical partnership in Arkansas.
Waddell’s pro bono work with Mid-Delta Health Systems in Clarendon (Monroe County) caught the American Bar Association’s eye, and he received one of five 2017 Pro Bono Publico Awards. The clinic, a Legal Aid of Arkansas project, connects low-income families to low-cost or free medical care and legal services.
Waddell is a partner at Friday Eldridge & Clark in Little Rock, heading its commercial litigation and regulation group. The firm supported his work by joining the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership..."