April 14, 2020
Cadwalader’s latest annual Pro Bono Report highlights the firm’s ongoing pro bono programs and the related work of its attorneys, which is often undertaken in partnership with clients, legal service agencies and other non-profits. With the firm’s pro bono engagements that range from individual advocacy to staffing legal clinics and counseling nonprofit organizations in the U.S. and UK, the report illustrates a number of these collaborative efforts from 2019, including:
“Cadwalader has long embraced and supported a culture of community service, and we are proud of the good work our attorneys and staff perform every year,” said Jason Halper, chair of Cadwalader’s Global Litigation Group and its Pro Bono Advisory Group chair. “As we all experience the challenges of COVID-19, we are nonetheless actively leveraging our strong existing pro bono relationships and partnerships to respond to the increasing needs throughout our communities.”
To view a full copy of the Cadwalader Pro Bono Report, please visit here.
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