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My Pro Bono Story

UK Pro Bono Week 2023 focuses on three key themes, one of which is ‘Changing Lives through Pro Bono’, exploring how lawyers across the UK are transforming lives through pro bono. This year, our Firm is proud to share our latest ‘My Pro Bono Story’, a video which showcases the impactful pro bono work which our staff have been involved with this year. From assisting survivors of the Windrush scandal with their compensation scheme applications, to helping asylum seekers in Greece prepare for their all-important refugee status interviews, to providing tax advice to charities so they can continue to do impactful work - our lawyers continue to help put our business at the disposal of non-profits providing frontline services. 

With the ongoing cost of living crisis, we are proud to partner with these vital frontline organisations to assist some of the most vulnerable individuals in our communities, from those whose disability benefits have been wrongly withdrawn, putting them on the cusp of poverty, to those who are living in desperate housing conditions in London - supporting them all the way through their appeals or helping them to draft letters to their landlord.

We are committed to supporting our charity partners in their crucial access to justice work through our Pro Bono Practice. To find out more, contact the Pro Bono Team.

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