Latin Lawyer and the Vance Center’s annual pro bono survey

The findings from our latest joint survey suggest pro bono practices are taking root in Latin American law firms. More firms from a greater spread of countries are taking part, and at the same time, a slew of new clearing houses in the region and the growing reach of established initiatives promise to benefit an increasing share of the region’s disadvantaged. Yet challenges remain; in Latin America there is still a deep-rooted culture that is unobliging to pro bono, while lack of funding and uncooperative governments have slowed pro bono’s progress. Vincent Manancourt reports

Latin Lawyer and the Vance Center’s annual pro bono survey Antonia Stolper and David Fletcher

While making pro bono part of a lawyer's day-to-day remains a challenge, the network of clearing houses taking root in the region points to substantial progress.



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