Hogan Lovells will be legal services provider for British Paralympic Association
The British Paralympic Association (BPA) has today announced that international law firm Hogan Lovells will be their official legal services provider through to the end of 2016.
The firm joins other BPA official partners including BP, BT, Deloitte, EDF Energy, Nissan, Sainsbury’s and the lottery distributor UK Sport.
The agreement formalises the long-standing relationship between the two organisations that has existed since before the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games.
Throughout this period, including during the 2012 London Paralympic Games, Hogan Lovells has given pro-bono legal advice, secondments and volunteering to
the BPA in a number of areas through London-based commercial partner Richard Welfare.
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