legal representation

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Noun1.legal representation - personal representation that has legal status; "an person who has been declared incompetent should have legal representation"
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
delegacy, representation, agency - the state of serving as an official and authorized delegate or agent
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Mecklenburg County Bar: Extraordinary Pro Bono Service - Outstanding Collaborative Project The criteria for the nomination was to recognize a firm in Mecklenburg County "that has contributed an extraordinary amount of pro bono services, impact for justice or demonstrated a dramatic improvement in its pro bono services.
Specifically, Pro Bono Net celebrated the Firm s commitment to smart technology applications that extend pro bono services, including our embrace of Pro Bono Manager, also known as the Weil Pro Bono Hotspot, a database available to the entire Firm to access internal and external pro bono resources, track performance and staffing, and manage workflow.
The goal is to explore and discuss the pro bono needs of the Miami community and bring together lawyers and groups servicing those in need of pro bono services.
TWL also provides financial support to other groups that offer pro bono services.
Litscovery introduced the availability of pro bono services for attorneys in May 2010 and the program has received positive remarks from the legal community.
Pro bono services are intended to complement, not replace, a properly funded legal aid system.
The society says that providing pro bono services gives law firms a marketing edge as today's private clients and businesses give a higher priority to corporate social responsibility shown by their service providers.
Inactive and retired attorneys, and attorneys admitted under SCR 716 as house counsel, who wish to provide pro bono services must submit statements each year that they wish to do so to the ARDC Administrator along with verification from the entity overseeing the pro bono program.
You would think with such bounty, with such munificent wealth, with such financial achievement, the contribution of the lawyers at these firms--above all other lawyers in America--to pro bono services would also be measured by stratospheric statistics.
The kit focuses on the pro bono services CPAs can offer in moments of crisis and includes a press release template, bylined article and PowerPoint presentation.
Nonetheless, TitleVest's pro bono services on behalf of Lawyers Alliance are expected to result in significant cost savings for New York's nonprofit housing organizations on every one of their real estate transfer transactions.
She said she sees a trend in "states codifying that pro bono is a fundamental responsibility of attorneys and encouraging lawyers to provide more pro bono services however they best see fit.