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englaw

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Know of any firms in San Fran, Boston, or NYC that fit the above?

I know Hogan and Hartson in DC has an option of doing 1800 hours for 90% salary and also lets associates do tons of pro bono - including 4 month pro bono rotations.  Any firms like that in the cities I mentioned?
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