Georgetown Dewey Law Firm Economics and the Public Interest: Advancing the Commitment to Pro Bono Publico through Law Firms and Other Legal Institutions
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|Law Firm Economics and the Public Interest: Advancing the Commitment to Pro Bono Publico through Law Firms and Other Legal Institutions|
|Taught by||Elizabeth Dewey|
|School||Georgetown University Law Center|
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