Pro bono in the time of COVID-19

As I write this column at my kitchen table, we are under the state’s stay-at-home order. By the time you read this in June, we may have been released to roam free again. I hope so. But even if we are, no one expects us to be back to “normal” right away.Some form of social distancing will probably remain popular (or mandated) even after the parks, restaurants, movie theaters and hair salons …

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