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Pro bono costs: Podcast with Ruth Daniel, Access to Justice Foundation

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In January 2013, I wrote a short note about pro bono costs – costs recovered from a losing party, where the winning party to the litigation has been represented pro bono (for free). In these cases, the payments do not go to the litigant – by definition, being represented for free they have paid nothing – but to a charity, the Access to Justice Foundation.

In this podcast I talk to Ruth Daniel, CEO of the Foundation and the work it does throughout the country.

Listen to Ruth at

For more information about the Foundation go to


Written by lwtmp

February 14, 2013 at 3:49 pm

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