The conflict in Ukraine has bought war to the borders of Europe for the first time since the Second World War, causing 14 million people to flee, according to UN Human Rights Commission data.

Law firms and their staff have been providing financial aid, legal advice and logistical support to those fleeing the violence. In Germany alone, over 700,000 refugees have already registered in Germany, according to a Welt am Sonntag report last month.

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