Spencer Keen and Sarah Keogh have been appointed to the Employment Law Association (ELA) Pro Bono Committee.
ELA have long recognised the importance of pro bono work in the employment law arena and has played a significant role in developing pro bono services in the field. The ELA Pro Bono Committee aims to encourage ELA members to get involved in pro bono initiatives and to offer access to a wide variety of pro bono work.
The Pro Bono Committee works closely with the Free Representation Unit (“FRU”), the Bar Pro Bono Unit (“BPBU”) and LawWorks on many of these projects.
For full information on the ELA Pro Bono Committee, please click here.
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