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Hello. Often times at a non-profit when legal needs arise we don't have the budget to cover all the legal costs. I am aware that many firms do pro bono projects for non profits. I was wondering if anyone who works at a firm could provide any advice on what you look for when you are choosing what pro bono projects to take on? What can I do to make my pitch resonate with you and make you want to help provide services for my organization? Thanks for any advice.
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