If you’ve taken The Legal Professions then you know that the ABA Model Rules recommend attorneys complete 50 hours of pro bono work per year. Pro bono work provides an opportunity for lawyers who choose private practice to engage in public interest work and often involves interacting with public interest lawyers. If you’re looking for a good example, check out the documentary Crime After Crime. This documentary tells the story of Debbie Peagler–a woman imprisoned for over 25 years due to her link to the murder of the man who abused her–and the two attorneys who volunteered to re-examine her case. After years of hard work, Debbie’s attorneys find long-lost witnesses, new testimonies from the men who committed the murder, and proof of perjured evidence. Besides being a truly remarkable and unforgettable story, the film is also a great example of why public interest law is relevant to all attorneys.