At Holding Redlich, pro bono work is an integral part of our legal practice.
Holding Redlich has a longstanding commitment to working pro bono to support access to justice for the most disadvantaged and vulnerable.
We have advised and represented refugees seeking asylum in Australia; people with disabilities challenging employment discrimination; homeless young people facing accumulated fines; elderly people duped into financial arrangements which could leave them homeless; emerging artists entering into contractual arrangements; and Indigenous organisations seeking to maintain their cultural heritage.
We also provide legal services to many community organisations working for social justice and human rights, and partner with pro bono legal referral services and community legal centres.
28 July 2021 - Knowledge
In a challenging global environment, Holding Redlich increased its commitment to the community by performing a record 8,863 pro bono hours in the 2020/2021 financial year.