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At the ALTA conference recently held in Melbourne, the Hon. Michael Kirby AC CMG provided Ten Commandments for law schools which if adopted would further develop the pro bono ethos amongst law students.
“Storytelling in CLCs work – Reasons, Roles and Risks” was the theme of this year’s National CLCs Conference, held on 25-27 August in Melbourne. Delegates shared stories and learned how to use storytelling to engage, educate, advocate and inspire.
Henry Davis York has been joined by Colin Biggers & Paisley and Lander & Rogers in the Law Reform Hub, a new pro bono project that supports community organisations engaged in policy and law reform advocacy.
This month we profile Emma Lutwyche, Lawyer at Lander & Rogers.
John Corker recently wrote for the Law Society of NSW on “Pro Bono and Corporate Social Responsibility: Reputation building, recruitment, retention and client relationships.”
We caught up with Michael Wood, Pro Bono Partner at Simpson Grierson, one of New Zealand’s largest law firms to learn more about the pro bono landscape in New Zealand and pro bono legal work at Simpson Grierson.
The Centre is delighted to welcome Sue Hunt as our new Policy Officer.
Only 12% of large law firms regularly rotate graduates through their formal pro bono practices, according to the most recent National Law Firm Pro Bono Survey of Australian firms with 50 or more lawyers.
Links to 40 stories of interest to the pro bono legal community that you may have missed. You can also stay up to date on the latest pro bono news by following the Centre’s Twitter feed @AusPBC.
On 1 July 2015 Attorney-General Martin Pakula announced changes to the pro bono conditions in the new Victorian Government Legal Services Panel arrangements.