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pro bono

or pro-bon·o

[ proh boh-noh ]
/ ˌproʊ ˈboʊ noʊ /
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adjective, adverb
(of legal work) without charge to the client: The firm offers pro bono legal services. He took the case pro bono.
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Origin of pro bono

First recorded in 1720–30, pro bono is from Latin prō bonō “for (the) good, rightly, morally”
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