(based on 21 ratings in 2016)
"I am involved in organising the annual Jones Day of Service. We are given a broad mandate to get involved with an organisation whose goals we value. There is also the opportunity to volunteer at the Waterloo Advice Centre."First year trainee, London
"We are committed to pro bono work to the extent that you volunteer to get involved. It is not something you are forced to do. We work for the Waterloo Legal Advice Service and have a 'day of service' every year, as well as a number of fundraising events throughout."First year trainee, London
"Everyone is offered the chance to do pro bono work (although it is not mandatory). Most pro bono work is done through discrete cases and is quite varied but there is also a legal advice service and some non-law based community projects."Second year trainee, London
"Good, but could be better. We have a "Day of Service" and Waterloo clinics pro bono. It is all optional, however. Target pro bono hours could be good."First year trainee, London
"The firm supports a local legal advice centre (and trainees are encouraged to attend). In addition, I have worked on a number of corporate transactions on behalf of pro bono clients."Second year trainee, London
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