TrustLaw Members

TrustLaw is the largest global pro bono network with over 4,000 members across more than 175 countries. We work with hundreds of legal teams representing over 120,000 lawyers who generously provide free legal support to thousands of NGOs and social enterprises.

Our Members

  • Legal Teams
  • NGOs & Social Enterprises
  • Referral Partners
  • The number of NGOs and social enterprises is continually growing. We currently support more than 4,000 organisations with free legal assistance in more than 175 countries.

    Latest Impact Stories

    • Protecting Slum Dwellers’ Rights in Kenya

      Through TrustLaw, Akiba Mashinani Trust (AMT) was connected to law firms Pandya & Poonawala and Sullivan & Cromwell LLP to develop legal research and propose solutions to addressing the complex and contentious land rights issues faced by residents in Mukuru – using comparative models from the US, UK and India.
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    • Ending Economic Abuse in the UK

      Surviving Economic Abuse (SEA) is the only UK charity dedicated to raising awareness of and transforming responses to economic abuse. In 2018, SEA wanted to better understand the impact of the UK’s current insurance law and insurers’ practices on victims of abuse. They contacted TrustLaw, the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s pro bono service, for legal research into the matter and were connected to the law firm Cooley LLP.
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    • Fighting Corruption in Argentina

      In order to improve asset recovery in corruption cases in Argentina, NGO Fundación Poder Ciudadano contacted TrustLaw, to conduct legal research on the legislation surrounding asset recovery in corruption cases and to better understand the legal framework in different jurisdictions. TrustLaw connected Fundación Poder Ciudadano with three law firms to produce the legal reports on the legislation in their respective jurisdictions – Steptoe and Johnson (United States), Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr. e Quiroga Advogados (Brazil) and Legance Studio Legale Associato (Italy).
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    • Enforcing Disability Housing Rights in Argentina

      Through TrustLaw, Senderos del Sembrador, an Argentinean NGO that works to promote the rights of people with intellectual disabilities, was connected with Bullo Tassi a domestic Argentinian law firm to create a shared housing experience for individuals with disabilities.
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  • We are proud to have over 250 strategic partnerships with organisations who help extend our support to a much wider range of organisations around the world. This includes grant makers, social enterprise support networks, and environmental groups. Referral partners share the same eligibility criteria as TrustLaw for assisting NGO and social enterprises.

    Our referral partners in 2019 include: