Nominees for the 2023 TrustLaw Awards announced

by The Foundation
Tuesday, 7 March 2023 14:00 GMT

The Thomson Reuters Foundation is delighted to announce the nominees for its annual TrustLaw Awards, which recognise remarkable pro bono projects undertaken by legal teams with NGOs and social enterprises around the world through the TrustLaw service.

Since 2010 TrustLaw has facilitated almost 9,000 connections between its 7,000 members, who work together to protect media freedom, advance human rights and foster inclusive economies across the globe.

The diversity of this year's nominees is a testament to TrustLaw’s collective success in spreading the practice of free legal assistance for NGOs and social enterprises beyond traditional markets. Their work has found innovative solutions to some of the world’s most critical challenges and supplied those on the frontlines with the tools to deliver positive change.

Meet the nominees

Collaboration Award

This award showcases highly effective working relationships between legal teams and NGOs, and social enterprises that exemplify the power and best practices of pro bono.


Impact Award

This award recognises outstanding legal research projects that have had demonstrable change and significant outcomes.


Powered by Pro Bono Award

This award highlights NGOs or social enterprises that have used pro bono legal advice to scale up their operations, improve the delivery of their social mission or pivot their activities to make a greater impact on the businesses and people they support.


Legal Team of the Year Awards

These awards recognise different legal teams that have demonstrated exceptional effort and enthusiasm in supporting pro bono clients on projects undertaken through TrustLaw.

International Law Firm of the Year

Regional Law Firm of the Year

In-house Legal Team of the Year


Join us in London for a celebration of pro bono

Join us on 16 May in London, UK, when we will celebrate our pro bono community and announce the winners of the TrustLaw Awards 2022.

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