DLA Piper wins LawWorks award for best contribution to pro bono by a law firm
DLA Piper has won the LawWorks award for the best contribution to pro bono by a law firm. It shares the award with co-winners Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP and Dentons.
The award is in recognition of the range of support that DLA Piper has provided the pro bono charity in the past year, which includes participating in community groups, mediation and clinics, the law firm’s joint asylum project – the Manual Bravo project, and strategic assistance given to developing and launching the annual LawWorks UK pro bono survey.
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