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Big firms’ pro bono work knows no borders
Julie Ben-Zev, an associate at DLA Piper’s Baltimore office, helped draft a Petition for Relief to the United Nations for human rights abuses related to North Korea’s prison system, which was described as akin to a collection of death camps. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

Big firms’ pro bono work knows no borders

For many large U.S. firms, expanding their pro bono efforts to the global community has become just another aspect of the practice.

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