pro bono publico[prō bō′nō pub′li kō′]
pro bono publico definition by Webster's New World
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for the public good; for the commonweal
Origin: Midieval Latin
pro bono publico - Legal Definition
For the public good. Used to refer to the taking of cases by attorneys without expectation of compensation. Also called pro bono.