In October of 2012, the federal Legal Services Corporation published the Report of the Pro Bono Task Force and described the Pro Bono Collaborative as "one great example of how much can be accomplished through collaboration."
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Read the excerpt from a legal memorandum (statement of facts and part of the discussion section) and note where the text is underlined. Decide whether each underlined part is correct or incorrect in FORMAL writing. If the underlined part is correct, mark it with a “C.” If the underlined part is incorrect, mark it with an “I.” When a blank space is underlined, decide whether proper punctuation has been omitted. Incorrect underlined parts may include errors in spelling, punctuation, grammar, word placement, usage, word choice, or omission. All case citations have been removed from the memo. Please do not respond to the parts of the text that are not underlined.