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White & Case isn’t the only large U.S. firm doing pro bono and public interest work outside the United States. The following is a sampling of the others and their projects: � Baker & McKenzie: Representation of a death row inmate in Trinidad. Registration work for the Indonesian Business Links Foundation, a nonprofit coalition of 21 international companies that advances ethical business practices in Indonesia. Trademark work for the National Indigenous Arts Advocacy Association, an Australian nonprofit that aims to ensure that Aborigines receive fair compensation for their artwork. � Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton: Provision of contract, intellectual property, and public procurement advice to Brugge 2002, a nonprofit association organizing cultural programs in Bruges, Belgium. Representation of criminal defendants before criminal courts in Paris through the legal aid division of the Paris Bar Association. Provision of legal services to Brascri-Second Chance, the British branch of a Brazilian charity that educates underprivileged children. � Coudert Brothers: Tax and customs work for San Francisco’s Exploratorium on the establishment of the Paris Explor-adome. Provision of various legal services for the Notting Hill Housing Trust, a project to improve a London neighborhood. Representation in Shanghai of a Chinese woman seeking child support from her ex-husband in the United States. � Shearman & Sterling: Prosecution work, including assisting investigators and prosecutors, interviewing witnesses, and organizing an advocacy training program, for the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. Legal assistance to Tibet’s Peak Enterprise Program, created to encourage socially and environmentally responsible private enterprise. � Sullivan & Cromwell: Provision of advice, in conjunction with the Public International Law and Policy Group, to the government of Montenegro on its efforts to separate from the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

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