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 3,000 organisations with free legal assistance in more than 175 countries.

    Latest Impact Stories

    • “Know your rights”: Training Migrants and Refugees in Thailand

      In 2017, through TrustLaw, the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s global pro bono legal programme, the IRC received legal assistance from the international law firm DLA Piper to research the rights of these refugees and migrant workers and prepare resources and training materials.
    • TrustLaw member Bempu Health’s device named in TIME’s Best Inventions of 2017

      An innovative bracelet manufactured by TrustLaw member Bempu Health has been named one of TIME’s Best Inventions of 2017.
    • Celebrating innovation in pro bono in National Pro Bono week

      At a time when we face global political, environmental, economic and humanitarian crises, we look to the power of pro bono to help build sustainable solutions.
    • Using technology to bring war criminals to justice

      Pro bono legal assistance was crucial to put legal weight behind an innovative app that empowers human rights activists, journalists and prosecutors to hold those responsible for war crimes accountable.
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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 2017 include: