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Pro Bono (graduates)
9.0 / 10
(based on 53 ratings in 2015)
How committed is your firm to pro bono work? Does pro bono count towards billable hours? Is there a minimum quota? What pro bono projects you have worked on?
"The firm has a very strong track record in relation to pro bono projects and has been nominated/won numerous corporate awards for the programme. Employees at all levels are highly encouraged to get involved in some aspect of pro bono work."First year trainee, Dublin
"The firm is thoroughly committed to pro bono and its commitment to the local community especially. Recently I engaged in the Dublin Docklands development scheme which involved the upkeep of the docklands."First year trainee, Dublin
"There is a strong emphasis on pro bono work from individual projects to firm-wide projects such as the Calcutta Run fundraiser for the Peter McVerry Trust."Third year trainee, Dublin
"The firm does lots of pro bono legal work, especially in the area of refugee law. It has a huge and very successful corporate social responsibility programme which focuses on issues such as literacy."First year trainee, Dublin
"A&L Goodbody places a significant emphasis on pro bono work. In 2014, A&L Goodbody delivered over 2,800 pro bono hours to various charity partners and not for profit organisations."Third year trainee, Dublin
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