New Zealand: 2010 Community Annual Report
Last Updated: 11 October 2010

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In this annual report, we're pleased to report back on the seventh successful year of our Community programme. Our pro bono practice has doubled in size since we formalised our programme in 2003, and we've served many of our pro bono clients for over a decade.

Our Community programme is still focused on three main areas: investing in a stronger community, supporting New Zealand's vibrant arts environment and contributing to New Zealand's economic future.

Click on the link above to catch up on the recent activities of some of our long standing pro bono clients, and to meet some new faces at the organisations we are delighted to be helping.

The information in this article is for informative purposes only and should not be relied on as legal advice. Please contact Chapman Tripp for advice tailored to your situation.

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