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Pro bono work is gaining momentum in the biggest law firms once again. For law students who aspire to practice in law firms it is important to watch what the firms are doing, and it is important to find common footing to attain interviews. Pro bono work offers a common ground of interaction between law students and lawyers.
If first- and second-year students ("Fs" and "Ss") have a more trying fight than third-year students in the job hunt, it is because Fs and Ss usually have less work-related, journal, or moot court experience to draw on. The resume, and the confidence that grows from a "full" legal resume, are weaker.