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Anna Collignon and Marieke Spee speak at 9th Annual European Pro Bono Forum in Rome

Anna Collignon and Marieke Spee speak at 9th Annual European Pro Bono Forum in Rome

Anna Collignon and Marieke Spee speak at 9th Annual European Pro Bono Forum in Rome

12.11.2015

One of the most remarkable developments in the field of law over the past decade has been the rapid growth of pro bono work in Europe and, increasingly, around the globe. The provision of legal services to those who cannot afford a lawyer helps expand access to justice and supports the humanitarian missions of NGOs.

On 12 November 2015, Anna Collignon will speak about "Developing Collaborative Models for Transactional Pro Bono to Assist NGOs" and Marieke Spee will discuss international opportunities for NGO Pro Bono pitches.

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