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 +====== Acknowledgements ======
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 +The Pro Bono Clearinghouse Manual is the outcome of an ongoing collaboration between Advocates for International Development (A4ID) and PILnet: The Global Network for Public Interest ​ Law to support the global provision of pro bono legal services for the public good, human rights, and development.
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 +=== Pro Bono Clearinghouse Manual (Printed) ===
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 +The following individuals,​ organizations and law firms contributed to the development and printing of the published Pro Bono Clearinghouse Manual:
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 +A4ID and PILnet are deeply indebted to **Allen & Overy LLP** for providing the funding for the manual’s publication and in particular to Allen & Overy’s Pro Bono and Community Affairs Senior ​ Manager and Chair of A4ID’s Board (2006–2010) Chris Marshall, for his vision, input, and dedication in creating the manual.
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 +A4ID and PILnet would like to thank the following staff members who have actively assisted in the production of the printed manual.
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 +At **A4ID**: Elisabeth Baraka, Yasmin Batliwala and Binti Patel.
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 +At **PILnet**: Tamas Barabas, Patricia Bednarikova,​ Constance Herndon, Daniela Ikawa, Kara Irwin, Judit Kovács, Alexander Lapidus, Anna Moczulska, Atanas Politov, Edwin Rekosh and Christine Schmidt.
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 +A4ID and PILnet would particularly like to thank Kristi Robles, a litigation associate at **Dewey
 +& LeBoeuf LLP** in New York, who volunteered at PILnet Budapest as part of Dewey & LeBoeuf’s “DL Pursuits” sabbatical program. Kristi played a key role in drafting, editing and organizing the manual and continued to devote her valuable time to the project even after returning to the firm. ​ A4ID and PILnet would also like to thank Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP in New York for its assistance during the editing process.
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 +A4ID and PILnet would also like to thank the following pro bono clearinghouses for the comments, anecdotes and documents that they contributed to the manual:
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 +  * **Queensland ​ Public ​ Interest ​ Law  Clearinghouse ​ Inc.** Australia, Tony Woodyatt,
 +  * **Pro Bono Alliance,** Czech Republic, Vítězslav Dohnal,
 +  * **Centrum Pro Bono,** Poland, Julia Kluczyńska,​
 +  * **Peace Institute,​** Slovenia Neža Kogovšek Šalamon,
 +  * **Bigli Institute,​** Turkey, Idil Elveris. ​
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 +Finally, A4ID and PILnet would like to thank participants of the European Pro Bono Forum Workshop for Pro Bono Clearinghouses,​ co-sponsored by Allen & Overy LLP and Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, which was held 17 November 2010 in Paris, as well as those individuals and organizations,​ too numerous to name, who helped make this publication possible by sharing their ideas, providing invaluable advice and generously giving their time.
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 +=== Pro Bono Clearinghouse Manual (Online) ===
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 +The following individuals and organizations contributed to the development of the online version of the Pro Bono Clearinghouse Manual:
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 +At **A4ID**: John Bibby & Yasmin Batliwala.
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 +At **PILnet**: Lorna Kralik, Marieanne McKeown and Atanas Politov.
  
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