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pro bonoadjective [before noun]

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relating to work that is done, especially by a lawyer, without asking for payment: Miller Nash attorneys are each authorized to volunteer 120 pro bono hours to the community. She works with some nonprofit organizations on a pro bono basis. pro bono case/lawyer/work
pro bono
adverb
He takes on some charity cases pro bono.
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