Published March 2012
Law firm partners know that pro bono is key to improving access to justice, but developing a strong practice can be a challenge. Every year, Latin Lawyer partners with the Cyrus R Vance Center for International Justice to conduct a survey to measure the progress of this development across the region’s legal markets, share best practices and celebrate the achievements of the practitioners leading the way.
Latin Lawyer and the Cyrus R. Vance Center for International Justice’s publish the findings of their first joint pro bono survey
Latin Lawyer and the Vance Center’s survey shows pro bono in Latin America is alive and growing, but challenges remain. Rosie Cresswell reports on the findings
As law firms mature they look for new ways to invest in talent retention and job satisfaction. Instilling a pro bono culture can achieve both, finds Rosie Cresswell
Latin American firms leading the way in the world of pro bono By completing this survey, all of the participating firms have demonstrated an awareness of the importance of the practice of pro bono. Indeed, the results suggest that they are all making headway in instilling a pro bono culture in their institutions, albeit in different ways and at varying speeds.