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Pro bono publico

“Pro bono publico” is a Latin phrase that means “for the public good” or “for the common good.” It is used to describe work that is done voluntarily and without payment, typically by professionals such as lawyers, doctors, or consultants, for the benefit of the public or individuals who may not have access to such services otherwise. Pro bono work is often seen as a way for professionals to contribute to society and to help address social justice issues.

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