Pro Bond: For the public good
The trend for City law firms to carry out more unpaid, or pro bono, work has been increasing in recent years. Mark Sosnow looks at the opportunities open to trainees to get involved and what such work experience can offer them in return
According to a recent Law Society report, more than 50% of all solicitors in England and Wales have undertaken some form of pro bono work in their career. If you look behind these figures, however, it tells a slightly different story.
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