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How Scientists Can Give Back to Their Local Communities

ZME Science
November 3, 2014 
Written by Dr. Francesca Catalano, faculty director, Science Program at American Public University

The Model Rules for Professional Conduct for attorneys urge all lawyers to give at least 50 hours of free legal advice to underserved communities or non-for-profit organizations and many states require pro bono work to remain in good standing with the bar. I believe scientists should give back to the community too.

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