White & Case Lauded for Mexico Disputes Leadership
Cross-border teams of our lawyers examined all Voluntary National Reviews submitted to the United Nations between 2016 and 2019 to assess whether, and to what extent, Member States reported on their implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 16 and 24 related targets
An exhibition during the 2019 Venice Art Biennale uses art to promote healing and prevent future genocide
Our analysis helps the UN Special Rapporteur advise the United Nations
Our lawyers assist refugees in Lesvos, Greece, as part of a multi-firm and NGO collaboration
Projects in Sweden, Japan and the US help migrants, refugees and asylum seekers attempting to navigate difficult processes in unfamiliar surroundings
Our lawyers are working on behalf of individuals and NGOs around the world fighting for a humane and fair justice system
Lawyers in several of our offices are working on behalf of victimized women and girls
Lawyers in every office in our global network do pro bono work each year. We highlight matters from each office.
We are assisting in the development of a Global Disaster Risk Management Law & Policy Index for the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC).
We are supporting the IFRC Global First Aid Reference Centre (GFARC), hosted by the French Red Cross, with research to establish first aid providers’ liability and identify gaps and best practices.
Our lawyers analyzed how legal accountability can promote the delivery of education for the millions of school-aged migrants worldwide.
We added a new partnership with the Grunin Center for Law and Social Entrepreneurship at New York University School of Law to our growing roster of programs for law students.
We work through the courts to enforce legal obligations and unlock funding for education in several US states.
Our investment in education extends to training for practicing lawyers and judges. We applied a tailored approach for lawyers in The Republic of The Gambia in collaboration with the International Senior Lawyers Project (ISLP).
When the Center for Reproductive Rights (CRR) received a grant to create a training program to sensitize judges globally about the importance and impact of reproductive rights, they turned to us to help create a model curriculum.
We are conducting a crucial legal review to inform the UN as it considers creating the world’s first universal environmental charter.