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‘Pro bono’ requirement draws mixed reaction

If any member of the legal profession is required to provide free services, one Rochester attorney plans to quit doing pro bono work as a form of protest. Andrew J. Dick, a solo practitioner, said Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman’s plan to require 50 hours of pro bono service for admission to the state bar is unconstitutional. “That’s ...