Every attorney is familiar with the term "pro bono," referring to donated legal work, but some recent law grads are hoping to see that tradition supplemented by "low bono" -- reduced-fee legal services for people who can't afford regular rates but who make too much money to qualify for representation from legal aid groups.
'Low Bono' Endeavor Aims to Address Unmet Legal Needs
The Connecticut Law Tribune
May 22, 2013
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