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Pro Bono vs. Fees

Though the traditional model for legal clinics has been to provide pro bono legal services to indigent or needy clients, in the transactional setting, some clinics do charge fees. Apart from the philosophical and strategic reasons for doing this, a program will want to consult its state’s student practice rules to see if they constrain its ability to implement a fee model. In some areas, consulting with the local bar association may also be a good idea.

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