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Ethics at the ACC Annual Meeting

O n October 17, Corporate Pro Bono (CPBO), a global partnership project of the ACC and Pro Bono Institute, hosted the session, “Ethics of In-house Pro Bono,” at the ACC Annual Meeting. The session provided an overview of the ethical issues in-house lawyers face when representing clients in pro bono matters and addressed practical issues related to in-house pro bono. Topics included administering a pro bono program, managing conflicts (both legal and business), and securing malpractice insurance.

The session was recorded and is now available here. Infographics referenced during the session regarding multijurisdictional practice rules, malpractice insurance options, and global pro bono are also available on CPBO’s website. To learn more about the ethics of in-house pro bono, contact CPBO at

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