- Social Responsibility
A global team contributes to a landmark study on property restitution commissioned by the European Shoah Legacy Institute
Associate Michael Richter chairs the Tokyo office's Pro Bono Committee
New York office hosts pro bono naturalization clinic with Legal Services NYC
Recent workshops in Hong Kong and Milan reflect our commitment to promoting local pro bono opportunities around the world.
Our London office partners with University House, a local legal advice centre, to employ our advocacy skills and ensure access to disability benefits.
Silicon Valley partner Carrie LeRoy leads a pro bono program educating thousands of students about social media and sexual misconduct
Our lawyers support initiatives in Africa that improve adolescent HIV treatment and combat tuberculosis through mobile technology.
White & Case launches firmwide human rights training for all our lawyers.
Our Paris office has developed a close relationship with Médecins Sans Frontières.
Our lawyers bolster the chances of successfully implementing a breakthrough human rights convention in Asia.
A new series of publications on legal writing debuts for Russian lawyers.
White & Case co-hosts a pioneering legal ethics training program in Ghana.
A New York team joins the ACLU and Education Law Center to file a class action suit on behalf of children affected by Flint's water crisis.
Our amicus brief helps keep firearms out of the hands of domestic abusers.
Our lawyers undertake successful representations for the Clemency Project.
We join Goldman Sachs and Women's World Banking to research obstacles facing women entrepreneurs.
BNP Paribas enlists our aid on a landmark social impact financing for the State of Connecticut.
UN partner NGO WaterLex and White & Case map the legal frameworks governing water use.
We help Equal Justice Under Law in its representation of wrongly imprisoned debtors
The evolution of the digital age has brought new challenges in the fight against online child sexual exploitation (OCSE). Digital currencies, mobile technology, cloud computing and the dark web make it easier for criminals producing and sharing child sexual abuse materials to avoid the law.
An estimated 2.5 billion people, 90 percent of whom live in developing countries, lack access to formal financial services.
The looming, broken-down prison is perched alone on a hill outside a city, housing 250 children. There is solitary confinement, corporal punishment, poor hygiene, rags for clothes, never enough food, little medical care or education and no interaction or love.
A reflection by Jan-Philipp Hoos, partner, Düsseldorf
White & Case is working with Namati, an NGO building a global movement of grassroots legal advocates to work with individuals and communities who may not otherwise have access to any legal support.
Our lawyers teach students and lawyers in many countries to help them improve their skills and broaden their understanding of legal concepts.
ALL RISE is a film about the world’s largest moot court competition
New legal tool cuts risks for non-governmental organizations
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