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The VI Bar Herald
      The Source for VI Legal Info       OnePaper Community Edition       December 17th, 2017      
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Law Firm's Commitment to Pro Bono
   The Virgin Islands Bar Association takes seriously the pro bono responsibility of its members. Rule 6.1 of the Model Rules of Professional Conduct provides an annual aspirational goal of 50 hours of pro bono service without fee or expectation of fee. What questions should a new lawyer ask during an interview with a prospective employer to elicit the firm's pro bono commitment?
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Thinking of Law School?
   If you are thinking of law school that are certain fundamental questions and concerns that you will have: Do I have to major in a particular subject? How do I get admitted to law school? What is the LSAT? How do I select a law school? What should I expect in law school?
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Virgin Islands Bar Exam Review
   Bar exam review material specifically designed for the United States Virgin Islands bar examination.
Online Bluebook (Uniform System of Citation)
   The online legal citation primer based on the 17th edition of "The Bluebook".
Law Schools By State
   Search for law schools by state or territory through FindLaw.
Law Schools Online
   These links point to web sites maintained by U.S. law schools. Some sites include a link to the school's library, which may be a source of research assistance in some cases.



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