pro bono

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Etymology[edit]

Abbreviated from Latin pro bono publico (for the public good).

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pro bono (not comparable)

  1. (law) Done without fee, generally for clients of limited means.
    The firm currently has about half a dozen pro bono cases at any one time.

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pro bono (not comparable)

  1. (law) Without charging a fee.
    After he retired, he offered representation pro bono from time to time.

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