Counting the hours: which law firms are most committed to pro bono?

The world's largest law firms spent millions of hours on pro bono in 2016, increasing the amount of time they spent for indigent clients around the globe

The world’s largest law firms spent millions of hours on pro bono in 2016, increasing the amount of time they spent for indigent clients around the globe

After dropping off the top spot last year, Jenner & Block ranked first among Big Law firms in 2016 for US pro bono commitment, while Dechert again beat other firms for its international pro bono efforts, according to The American Lawyer‘s latest Pro Bono Survey.

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