Big Law’s “pro bono” work, supposedly “for the public good, sells students on the promise that they can make a starting salary of $215,000, plus bonuses, all while doing good work. Have your cake and your soul too. But is it true? Logan Campbell uncovers what is hidden behind the claims — and how pro bono is mostly a public relations effort to cover for profitable cruelty — in his article in The [F]law.
Read his revealing article: “What ‘Good’ is Pro Bono?: How Big Law Firms Use Pro Bono To Mask Harm.”