The fourth issue of Bell Gully's pro bono and community programme report A Helping Hand has been released.
In a time where firms are reporting fewer pro bono hours, A Helping Hand highlights Bell Gully's ongoing commitment to support New Zealand's communities in need – evidenced by increases in both recorded hours and the number of clients assisted.
Acknowledged by receiving the 2012 Corporate Citizen of the Year award at the ALB Australasian Law Awards, Bell Gully's programme has gone from strength to strength since its formal establishment in 2009.
This year's issue of A Helping Hand highlights just some of the firm's efforts, and profiles the work of a selection of Bell Gully's pro bono clients.
To find out more, read Bell Gully's A Helping Hand.