Sharing of Court-Awarded Fees with Sponsoring Pro Bono Organizations
It is not ethically improper for a lawyer who undertakes a pro bono litigation representation at the request of a non-profit organization that sponsors such pro bono litigation to share, or agree in advance to share, with the organization court-awarded fees resulting from the representation. Such sharing of the court-awarded fees does not constitute either a prohibited sharing of fees with a nonlawyer under Rule 5.4(a), or a prohibited payment for a referral under Rule 7.2(c).
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