Pro bono panellists tackle Olympic disputes as legal contests kick off
Firms and chambers including Charles Russell, Farrer & Co and 4 New Square have taken roles on a trio of Olympic disputes after last year winning spots on a pro bono panel to provide legal advice during the Games. The London 2012 Pro Bono Service, which was set up to provide free legal advice to Olympic participants, comprises a line-up of nine law firms, chambers and advocates, with the first three cases handled by the panel covering selection and doping disputes.
Charles Russell, Farrers and 4 New Square among those carrying pro bono torch
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