It is with great pride that I note the participation of four International Senior Lawyers Project (ISLP) volunteers in this Symposium of the Maine Law Review. These highly accomplished lawyers, three of whom are from Maine and one from Canada, demonstrate perfectly the premises on which ISLP was founded: first, that the skills and experience of senior-level lawyers from the United States and elsewhere can be of great value to emerging democracies, social justice activists, and nations struggling to overcome poverty; and second, that there is a burgeoning pool of such lawyers, both retired and in active practice, who are eager to volunteer to help advance political, social, and economic justice in the neediest countries of the world.
Jean C. Berman,
Volunteer Lawyers and Nation-Building: Using Experience to Serve the World Community,
Me. L. Rev.
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