Pro bono

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Pro bono is a Latin phrase meaning "for [the] good", that is used to mean that a legal professional (lawyer) who would otherwise be paid money for their work, works without being paid, for the benefit of society, typically on behalf of a person or organization who cannot pay for some reason, such as poverty.[1]

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  1. "Win or lose, no fee: pro bono week promotes free legal services". the Guardian. 2006-06-04. Retrieved 2021-05-23.