PBI

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AcronymDefinition
PBIPolybenzimidazole (fire resistant fabric)
PBIPalm Beach International Airport
PBIProducto Bruto Interno
PBIPolar Bears International (Occidental, California)
PBIProduct Backlog Item
PBIPeace Brigades International
PBIPennsylvania Bar Institute
PBIPeripheral Bus Interface
PBIProfiler Batch Input
PBIProgrammable Binary Image
PBIPhone Based Interface
PBIProfiler Binary Input
PBIPowerbasic Include File
PBIPerformance Based Incentive
PBIPro Bono Institute (et. 1966; Washington, DC)
PBIPalm Beach Institute (West Palm Beach, FL)
PBIPrairie Bible Institute (Alberta, Canada)
PBIPolska Biblioteka Internetowa (Polish: Polish Internet Library)
PBIParallel Bus Interface
PBIPrimary Blast Injury
PBIPlant Breeding Institute
PBIPoor Bloody Infantry (British)
PBIPacific Bell Internet
PBIProtein Bound Iodine
PBIPerformance Based Infrastructure (California)
PBIPrivate Banking International
PBIPC-BSD Installer
PBIPacific Basin Institute
PBIProfiler Binary Input (file extension; Microsoft)
PBIPepsiCo Beverages International
PBIPension Benefit Information (San Rafael, CA)
PBIPontifical Biblical Institute
PBIPharma & Bio Ingredients (trade magazine)
PBIPitney Bowes International
PBIPerformance Based Interviewing (human resources job candidate screening method)
PBIPrime Bank Instrument (investment fraud)
PBIPublic Browser Interface
PBIWest Palm Beach, FL, USA - Palm Beach International Airport (Airport Code)
PBIPerformance Based Instruction
PBIProfessional Bowling Instruction
PBIProactive Business Intelligence (Panorama)
PBIPartial-Band Interference
PBIPush-Button Indicator
PBIPlease Be Informed
PBIProgramme Budget Implication
PBIPartial-Body Irradiation
PBIPhysics Based Industries
PBIPilot Biographical Inventory (Aviation Selection Test Battery)
PBIProcessor Bus Interface
PBIBeth Israel Hospital Association of Passaic
PBIPlant Biology Institute
PBIPost Boost Intercept
PBIPlease Believe It
PBIPolitely Butting in
PBIProgram Baseline Integration
PBIPlanning, Budgeting, and Initiating
PBIProgram Budget Instructions
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According to the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan, it is envisaged to consider the practical aspects of preparing an international arbitration case, measures on increasing the use of mediation, as well as the peculiarities of the Pro bono institute and state-funded legal aid.
The second part describes speeches and practices both within the Pro Bono Institute and pro bono law firms, including analyzes of the number of hours devoted to practice, their characteristics, sources and types of cases, and the main obstacles they face.
In addition to his PNC responsibilities, Jordan serves as a board member of Highmark Health and Highmark Inc., the Pro Bono Institute and the Extra Mile Education Foundation.
In 1996, the Pro Bono Institute launched as a national resource for the provision of legal services to the poor.
Last year, the Pro Bono Institute reported that while firms' philanthropic contributions ranged from $7,500 to $4.2 million, the average contribution hovered around $360,000.
The company also reached out to Corporate Pro Bono, a joint project of the Pro Bono Institute and the Association of Corporate Counsel, which provided them with resources including templates and workshops.
(6.) The Pro Bono Institute ("PBI") is an organization that performs research about the legal services provided by large law firms to the poor.
Morgan M&A adviser heads to Cadwalader Latham & Watkins, Pro Bono Institute provide overview of international pro bono landscape
This effort was duplicated throughout the firm and led to the firm being given the 2009 Pro Bono Institute's John H.
In recent years, major law firms, prompted in part by models suggested by my organization, the Pro Bono Institute, have taken a more pro-active, formal, and structured approach to pro bono.
The award also lauds her community participation, including serving on the board of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, co-chairing the Pro Bono Institute Law Firm Committee and sitting on the board of Her Justice.
In conjunction with Corporate Pro Bono, a partnership project between the ACC and the Pro Bono Institute, the ACC pushed heavily for the rule change in Illinois, according to Richardson.