(based on 7 ratings in 2015)
"The firm is very well known for its pro bono capabilities and does a huge amount of it. I've worked on various matters: from assisting charities with amending articles of association to advising about police corruption in foreign jurisdictions."First year trainee, London
"The pro bono work undertaken by the firm is varied."First year trainee, London
"The firm has a very strong commitment to pro bono work, both internationally and in London. There have been small, bespoke projects for charities, or large-scale public international law projects. There is very interesting work on offer, and lots of it."Second year trainee, London
"The firm has a very strong commitment to pro bono - which is a historical strength of the firm in the US. I have worked on a range of pro bono projects: some for individuals, others for prominent charities."First year trainee, London
"Trainees get involved in as much pro bono work as they are able and willing to do. I have taken part in a range of projects, from public international law to working with the firm's long standing pro bono clients."First year trainee, London
"There are lots of opportunities for pro bono work. There is an annual pro bono dinner and drinks to recognize those who have put in over a certain number of hours on pro bono matters. Trainees are encouraged to volunteer for pro bono projects and are supervised by a partner/senior associate."First year trainee, London
Our 'Inside Buzz' reviews are the comments and views of recent graduate recruits, giving you a view of what it may be like to work for an organisation. Copyright of all TARGETjobs Inside Buzz material lies solely with GTI Media.