Links litigation partner to lead global pro bono drive

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  • Charity begins at home lady!!!

    Hey, does Linklaters have anything in the piggy bank to give me my job back?

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    is a selfish idiot who can't distinguish between a worthy and unworthy cause. And if you were only employed through an act of charity, you should be grateful you ever had a job there at all.

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  • Charity begins at home lady!!!

    Don't be fooled by Links' involvement with charitable causes - they are only playing the charity card to try and raise profile. I am merely trying to point out that Satan occasionally helping out at a soup kitchen doesn't change who Satan is.

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  • Pro bono

    Pro bono doesn't directly use cash, it uses labour (i.e. lawyers); and finding work for lawyers that wouldn't otherwise be doing much gives those lawyers a much better chance of keeping their jobs than would their simply sitting around the office making elastic band balls and waiting for the phone to ring. So it's a win-win situation, regardless of your own personal misfortune.

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  • Charity begins at home lady!!!

    Do you even work at Links? Of course they have donated cash in the past. I've seen how snobbish the partnership is and their double standards are never more visible than in their charity work. It's all very well helping some kid in get off the streets but when was the last time that one of those kids grew up and was allowed to work for the firm?

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