Law In Business: Good citizens
In-house lawyers face a dilemma over giving pro bono advice. While the goodwill to get involved is usually there, the fact that many corporate legal departments are small means it is not as easy to run a pro bono initiative as at some City firms. Ed Thornton looks into the progress one scheme has made
Armies of corporate employees brandishing paint brushes and shovels have become a common feature of the UK corporate landscape, publicly suggesting that, far from being motivated solely by profits, their employers are also good corporate citizens.
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