Dean Nick Allard recently spoke to the Brooklyn Daily Eagle about New York State’s new mandate for lawyers, who must now perform 50 hours of pro bono work to be licensed. Effective 2015, New York is the first state with such a requirement. Dean Allard supported the mandate. “One of the advantages of [pro bono] work is not only the satisfaction of doing good and not only what you get by giving. It is the satisfaction of getting to know yourself as a new attorney and getting see projects from beginning to end,” he said.
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