10th Jul 2024 | News

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Jeffrey Golden KC (Hon), Matthew Happold, Stephen Hackett, Charlotte Pope-Williams, Alexandra Sidossis and Adam Riley have been recognised for their pro bono legal work in the Pro Bono Recognition List of England & Wales.

Published annually, the List recognises barristers and solicitors who gave 25 hours or more pro bono legal assistance over the last year. The Pro Bono Recognition List was set up under the aegis of the Attorney General’s Pro Bono Committee, with support from the Access to Justice Foundation, Advocate, Advocates for International Development, the Law Officers, the Bar Council, the Clinical Legal Education Organisation, the In-House Pro Bono Group, the Law Society, LawWorks, the National Pro Bono Centre and TrustLaw. The Lady Chief Justice of England and Wales, the Baroness Carr of Walton-on-the-Hill, is the Patron of the Pro Bono Recognition List .

Charlotte Pope-Williams, Chambers’ Pro Bono Champion, commented “Pro bono work is hugely important and is essential in ensuring everyone has access to justice. I am extremely proud our members are committed to providing help to those who do not have funds to pay for legal assistance.”

Click here to view the Pro Bono Recognition List.


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