Setting the tone

In 1979, with the ink still wet on his law license, Paul Dengel helped his employer, Schiff Hardin, adopt a neighborhood legal clinic run by Chicago Volunteer Legal Services, or CVLS. At that time, the legal aid group had 16 clinics in space donated by community centers or churches. Attorneys volunteered one or two evenings a month to meet with clients from …

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