Fundación Pro Bono España closes pilot with 37 law firms and universities signed up

The foundation has closed its pilot phase with 37 law firms and universities involved

Founded 2018 by 28 national and international firms with Spanish offices, its main goal is to bring together legal professionals and non-profit entities in need of legal advice. It also seeks to articulate, promote and institutionalise pro bono work in Spain.

Cofounder and executive director Leire Larracoechea said: “There are still many legal needs to cover, many entities to help and many professionals and universities to involve”.

The law firms members of Fundación Pro Bono España are: Allen & Overy, Andersen Tax & Legal, Arinsa, Ashurst, Barrilero, Bird & Bird, BLP, Clifford Chance, Clifford Hendel, Cuatrecasas, De Castro, Dentons, DLA Piper, Elzaburu, Estudio Jurídico Ejaso, Eversheds, Garrigues, Huerta & Solana, Jones Day, King & Wood Mallesons, Latham & Watkins, Lean Abogados, MA Abogados, Pérez-Llorca, Ramón y Cajal Abogados, Roca Junyent, Rousaud Costas Duran, Sagardoy, Toda & Nel-lo, Watson, Farley & Williams and White & Case.

Juan fernandez