trustlaw advisory board &
pro bono council


The TrustLaw advisory board is made up of outstanding leaders in the legal and non-profit sectors. The board is critical to helping us achieve the founding mission of TrustLaw: to spread the practice of pro bono worldwide to drive social change.

  • Gideon Moore

    Firmwide Managing Partner, Linklaters
  • Ricardo Gomez-Barreda

    Managing Partner, Garrigues
  • Delia Ferreira Rubio

    Chair Of The Board, Transparency International
  • Christo Els

    Senior Partner, Webber Wentzel
  • Roger Meltzer

    Co-Chairman, Dla Piper
  • Zia Mody

    Managing Partner, Azb & Partners
  • Jason Mogg

    Managing Partner, Kinstellar
  • Hugh Verrier

    Chairman, White & Case
  • Ed Williams

    Ceo, Edelman
  • John Schultz

    Evp, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary, Hpe
  • Richard Trobman

    Chair And Managing Partner Of Latham & Watkins
  • Horacio E. Beccar Varela

    Managing Partner, Beccar Varela


The TrustLaw Pro Bono Council was established in 2010 as an advisory body for the TrustLaw network. It plays a key role in ensuring that TrustLaw activities reflect and support the needs of the ever-evolving legal pro bono sector.

  • Elsha Butler

    Elsha Butler

    Head of Pro Bono, Linklaters
  • Wendy Atrokhov

    Wendy Atrokhov

    Public Service Counsel & Director of Global Pro Bono, Latham & Watkins
  • Lou O'Neill

    Lou O'Neill

    Pro Bono Counsel, White & Case
  • Nicolas Patrick

    Nicolas Patrick

    Head of Responsible Business, DLA Piper
  • Jacqueline Chan

    Jacqueline Chan

    Partner, Milbank
  • Fatima Laher

    Fatima Laher

    Head of Pro Bono, Bowmans
  • Lila Gasca

    Lila Gasca

    Director of Pro Bono, Hogan Lovells
  • Aisha Abdallah

    Aisha Abdallah

    Partner and Head of Dispute Resolution, ALN Kenya Anjarwalla & Khanna
  • Beth Henderson

    Beth Henderson

    Pro Bono Director, Microsoft
  • Miri Miller

    Miri Miller

    Deputy General Counsel, Americas, Dentsu International
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