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Pro Bono Practice: Ethical and Loss Prevention Concerns

 

Learn practical considerations and concerns that can be associated with pro bono work.

Many people who make the decision to become a lawyer, do so in the interest of justice, and to help those who cannot help themselves. As a lawyer, pro-bono can be a worthwhile and rewarding process. Helping others within the realms of your legal expertise provides challenge and reward that transcends financial gain. How to effectively represent a pro-bono client, while ensuring you are protecting their rights and balancing your own case load may lead to ethical considerations that must be addressed. This topic will advise the attorney on what pro-bono representation is comprised of, various duties between attorney and client, errors and omission protection, and various other issues surrounding pro-bono representation.

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Christopher Lavorato

Christopher Lavorato

Howry Breen & Herman LLP

  • Partner with Howry Breen & Herman LLP, a record-setting trial law firm located in Austin, Texas
  • Routinely represents clients in federal and state courts in cases alleging product defect, aviation mishaps, wrongful death, personal injury, traumatic brain injury, spinal injury, clergy abuse, and sexual assault
  • Successfully tried, arbitrated, and mediated cases for over 21 years and recognized as one of “Austin’s Top Attorneys”, AV rating from Martindale Hubbell, Top 100 National Trial Lawyers (TX), California Top Verdicts and Settlements in 2019, and California and Texas Super Lawyers
  • Frequently provides pro bono services to those in need, including military veterans
  • Prior military officer and UH-60 Blackhawk pilot; FAA certified commercial pilot (IFR/VFR)
  • J.D. degree, Santa Clara University School of Law; B.A. degree, University of San Francisco
  • Can be contacted at 512-439-4137, www.howrybreen.com, or [email protected]
Matt Kelley

Matt Kelley

Howry Breen & Herman LLP

  • Attorney with Howry Breen & Herman LLP, a record-setting trial law firm located in Austin, Texas
  • Represents clients in federal and state courts in cases involving traumatic brain injury, sexual assault, business disputes, construction disputes, and administrative matters
  • Successfully tried and mediated cases over five years, and is recognized as a top 40 attorney under 40 in Texas
  • J.D. degree, magna cum laude, Texas Tech University School of Law; B.A. degree, Texas A&M University
  • Can be contacted at 512-439-4109, www.howrybreen.com, or [email protected]
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