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Henry Pharr III and Jack Capitano named to 2014 Pro Bono Honor Roll


Horack Talley litigators Henry Pharr III and Jack Capitano have been recognized by the Pro Bono Program on its 2014 Pro Bono Honor Roll.

The Pro Bono Program, a joint effort between Legal Services of the Southern Piedmont and Legal Aid of North Carolina-Charlotte, partnered with the Council for Children's Rights to recognize 53 lawyers in Mecklenburg County who donated at least 20 hours of pro bono service or closed at least three pro bono cases in 2014. To see the full list, please follow this link.

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