Leading Lights

Here we list 56 “Leading Lights”: law firms who responded to our survey and whose pro bono efforts during 2016 stood out

Several factors played a role in drawing up this list. These include firms’ answers to the survey with regards to institutionalisation of the practice and examples of their recent pro bono cases. We also asked for feedback from clearing houses, the Vance Center and other pro bono professionals, and considered the development of firms’ pro bono practices if they participated in last year’s survey, as well as further research. The list includes behemoths of the regional legal community that can bring significant resources to bear, and small firms from whom personal dedication can make a significant difference.

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