Justice Adda and the Cambridge Pro Bono Project are happy to release a Handbook on Designing Socially Responsible Law Firms in India published by EBC.
‘The Handbook on Designing Socially Responsible Law Firms in India is a publication that draws on comparative legal scholarship, lessons and solutions from practice, and the latest innovations being introduced around the world, to suggest a framework to foster a culture of social responsibility among Indian law firms.
The handbook attempts to provide both theoretical and practical approaches that can be used by law firms, but also by policy makers, regulators, and academics in order to develop strategies that could be used to tackle barriers to justice in India.
The chief utility of the handbook is in providing implementable suggestions that law practitioners and law firms in India can easily adopt in their daily working practices. In doing so, it pioneers methods of thinking which can help Indian legal practice emerge as responsible and socially conscious agents in the delivery of legal services worldwide.’
For a copy of the handbook click here.