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The Biggest Bully Is the School Itself — And Lawyers Can Help Put An End to ThisMay 26, 2017
O’Melveny counsel David Lash discusses the issue of “lunch-shaming” in his latest column for Above the Law. In the May 26, 2017 article, Lash explains how lawyers can help by volunteering and providing pro bono legal services to families and schools.
Lash is managing counsel for pro bono and public interest services, overseeing the firm’s national and international pro bono program. Under his leadership, O’Melveny’s pro bono program has received the American Bar Association’s prestigious Pro Bono Publico Award and consistently has been recognized as one of the top 10 pro bono programs in the United States.
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