December 2, 2019 / 2:03 PM / 14 days ago

In-house counsel urge states to lighten restrictions on pro bono

When the Kansas Supreme Court ruled that in-house counsel who are not members of the bar in the state could nonetheless do pro bono work just over a year ago, Jennifer McAdam got to work.

By June, McAdam, who is senior in-house counsel at the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, an organization that helps insurance regulators set state standards, had secured malpractice insurance and organized a legal aid clinic with nonprofits from both Kansas and Missouri.

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