Mapping pro bono’s DNA

Brazil’s BMA - Barbosa, Müssnich, Aragão has long been proud of its efforts to promote pro bono, but growing dissatisfaction with its existing programme led the firm to undertake a substantial overhaul of its processes. Thomas Muskett-Ford investigates the factors behind BMA’s shift in focus and finds out what the firm hopes to achieve with its new approach

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