Hogan Lovells releases third annual Citizenship Report
Hogan Lovells has released its third annual Citizenship Report, which showcases the positive impact that the law firm helped make in 2012 by serving people and communities around the world.
The report features information on Hogan Lovells’ representation of children seeking asylum in the US, support of those with learning difficulties in Madrid, fundraising for malnourished families in Africa, mentoring of low-income youth and young offenders in the UK, and assistance to the elderly and underprivileged in Asia.
There are also case studies underscoring the progress the law firm has made in ‘going green’, from reducing energy consumption to diverting waste through composting.
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