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Will any law firms lose their Qld government contracts for not...

The Queensland Government has mandated that any firms it outsources work to must meet their pro bono commitments, or risk suspension or...

It’s obvious which firms are committed to pro bono (and who...

For law firms, pro bono work is a central pillar of a corporate responsibility program
On 4 September, Lawyers Weekly published our op ed, “Pro bono target should be mandatory for LSMUL winners”. By way of reminder, LSMUL...

No more excuses: law firms must meet pro bono target

The pro bono aspirational target should have ceased being an aspiration long ago.
Whether or not your firm embraces its obligation to give back, large business and government entities offer law firms a clear incentive...

It’s time to prepare for anti-slavery legislation

Aussie businesses should prepare now for modern slavery legislation
Slavery remains such an issue that a Modern Slavery Act will soon be introduced in Australia.