Pro Bono Champs
Dechert, which in 2014 asked its lawyers in all the firm’s domestic and international offices to complete a minimum of 25 pro bono hours per year, scored higher than any firm on the international ranking.
Lawyers in Dechert’s non-U.S. offices completed an average of 49 pro bono hours last year, and 85 percent contributed more than 20 hours. Suzanne Turner, the firm’s pro bono chair, says that it’s gotten easier to match attorneys in the firm’s non-U.S. offices with pro bono opportunities in the jurisdictions where they live.
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