For me, making a difference means reducing suffering, and there are many ways lawyers can do that.
From the New York Law Journal:
Older Lawyers Pursue Social Justice Through Emeritus Program
Jeff Storey, New York Law Journal
May 26, 2017
Former Broome County Corporation Counsel William Gibson, 80, spends two to three days a week in Housing Court listening to "very sad" stories and fighting for tenants' access to a "basic human need."
Emeritus pro bono practice rules encourage retired and inactive attorneys to make a difference.
Nonlawyers are rarely able to protect properly their own legal rights.
A few examples how retired and inactive status lawyers can make a difference in the Age of Trump
Professor Roderick Hills eloquently defends the conduct of U.S. universities in China.
A powerful critque of my article on western universities in China
The presence of Western universities in China is on the rise, but they are not following UN principles on corporate social responsibility.
This article, reprinted from The New York Times, is targeted to students to enhance their college experience, but the five exercises can be used by lawyers and others to enhance their career development.
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