The scene is set

From the determined strength of pro bono coordinators to the collaborative efforts of law firms (played out increasingly across borders), the results of our annual pro bono survey demonstrate how pro bono is weaved into the fabric of Latin America’s legal market. The work being done around the region showcases the outstanding achievements of lawyers and clearing houses working together. Now, the challenge is to engage even more lawyers in the fight to bring access to justice to all.

The scene is set

In the past year, the Comisión Pro Bono e Interés Público has worked hard to expand its remit outside its Buenos Aires base, a mission that has involved a gruelling travel schedule encompassing the length and breadth of Argentina. According to Martín Zapiola Guerrico, founding president and member of the advisory board of the Comisión Pro Bono (and partner at Zapiola Guerrico & Asociados), the organisation’s launch of a nationwide platform would not have been possible without the help of pro bono coordinators from the Comisión Pro Bono’s 25 member firms and companies, who have accompanied him every step of the way. Zapiola calls them “pro bono evangelists”. “It’s not an exaggeration to say they are the engine of the Comisión Pro Bono,” he says. “They are important not only to the inside workings of each firm, but also to the pro bono movement as a whole.”



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