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Pro Bono Policies and FAQs

The State Bar of Texas Board of Directors adopted a revised Pro Bono Policy on Sept. 22, 2000, which establishes an aspirational goal of 50 hours of pro bono legal services to the poor each year for each Texas attorney.

The policy also establishes an annual reporting system so that each Texas attorney can report the pro bono legal services provided each year.

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