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Bridging the divide

Intellectual Property Magazine

Bridging the divide

Squire Patton Boggs’ Tamara Fraizer explains how IP lawyers can play their role in the pro bono tradition

In the legal profession, there is a traditional expectation that lawyers will provide some quantum of free legal services for the public good, ie ‘pro bono publico’ or, more simply, ‘pro bono’.

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