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Fordham Law School’s Public Interest Resource Center to be Honored by American Bar Association

Fordham Law School’s Public Interest Resource Center to be Honored by American Bar Association

The American Bar Association will honor Fordham Law School’s Public Interest Resource Center (PIRC) with its annual Pro Bono Publico Award. The prize, established in 1984, recognizes exceptional contributions that extend legal services to the poor and disadvantaged. Recipients of the award exemplify the volunteer tradition of the legal profession. Fordham Law is only the second law school to be honored with the prize. The University of Pennsylvania Law School won the prize in 2000. The award will be presented during the ABA’s annual convention in New York City in August.


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