The Pro Bono Recognition List of England & Wales

 

The Pro Bono Recognition List of England and Wales recognises barristers and solicitors who have given 25 or more hours of pro bono legal assistance in the previous calendar year.

Published annually, the Recognition List seeks to recognise and celebrate those in the legal profession working to ensure access to justice.

The Lady Chief Justice of England and Wales, the Baroness Carr of Walton-on-the-Hill, is the Patron of the Pro Bono Recognition List. It was set up under the aegis of the Attorney General’s Pro Bono Committee, with support from the Bar Council, the Law Society, and all the major pro bono organisations.

Advocate is collecting submissions on behalf of the Bar. 

Let us know if you have done 25 hours or more of pro bono work this year, and we will ensure that you are included on next year’s Recognition List. Submission form found here.

Further details: 

  • Thank you to everyone who submitted their name to appear on the Pro Bono Recognition List for this year after doing 25 hours or more of pro bono work in 2023! This is set to be published in June 2024. Once published, you will be sent a special logo for your email signature and Chambers profile, highlighting that you have been featured.
  • For further enquiries about the Pro Bono Recognition List of England and Wales, see the website and FAQ section here.

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Thank you, from all of us, for supporting access to justice.