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As the world faces an unprecedented set of challenges posed by the global COVID-19 pandemic, the Thomson Reuters Foundation is leveraging its unique blend of journalism and legal skills to strengthen the global response.
Our global pro bono legal network, TrustLaw, is working closely with our legal partners to increase efforts to provide dedicated pro bono support during these challenging times.
The TrustLaw COVID-19 Resource Hub brings together resources from around the globe on the legal implications of COVID-19. We include links to helpful information for non-profit and social enterprises that are navigating the challenges of the ongoing pandemic.
TrustLaw is running a series of webinars for non-profits and social enterprises. Attendees will have the opportunity to receive practical guidance directly from lawyers on legal issues arising from the pandemic. Topics may include employment issues, contractual rights and force majeure, insurance, GDPR, governance, and others. Stay tuned for updates from the TrustLaw team in your region.
TrustLaw continues to operate our core pro bono services online during the evolving COVID-19 situation. If you are a non-profit or social enterprise in need of specific pro bono legal advice, please login to submit a request through our TrustLaw Portal or find out how to Join TrustLaw for free.
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Our free legal service enables NGOs and social enterprises to streamline operations, expand into new countries and scale their impact. This helps them focus on their mission without spending valuable resources on their legal needs.
We work with hundreds of legal teams representing over 120,000 lawyers who volunteer their time, skills and expertise to help NGOs and social enterprises achieve their social mission.
Through TrustLaw, lawyers can provide free legal assistance to organisations facing challenges that transcend borders, enhancing the spread and depth of pro bono work in jurisdictions relatively unfamiliar to the practice.
TrustLaw is a completely free service. Once they become members, NGOs and social enterprises can request free legal support, and lawyers can volunteer to work on projects that interest them.
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