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Retired North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Burley Mitchell was recently quoted in a Lawyers Weekly article as saying that he was providing free legal representation to a pair of women “for the good of the profession.”

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At Moore & Van Allen, pro bono is good business (access required)

While the debate continues in many states over whether pro bono work should be mandated or voluntary, the North Carolina Bar Association encourages licensed attorneys to participate in a minimum of 50 hours of pro bono work each year, pursuant to Rule 6.1 in the North Carolina Rules of Professional Conduct.

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