Transactional Attorneys Should Consider Pro Bono Litigation Work

Claudia Lorenzo and Tracy Buffer
We helped immigrants receive the relief to which they were legally entitled, while also developing our transactional skills.

We helped immigrants receive the relief to which they were legally entitled, while also developing our transactional skills.

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As second-year associates in the corporate department of a large law firm, we began our legal practice by focusing on a wide array of financial transactions across multiple industries. Shocking some, we volunteered to work on a pro bono impact litigation case intended to affect a broader policy change in immigration law. Working on a large litigation benefited our professional development as transactional associates. 

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