Supporting vulnerable people during the pandemic
I’m pleased to be able to share a feature about Wotton + Kearney’s pro bono work, which was published in the latest edition of Lawyers Weekly.
W+K’s Community Footprint program has long focused on providing pro bono and community support in the areas of senior’s rights, domestic violence, homelessness and refugees and people seeking asylum in Australia.
During the COVID-19 crisis, the pandemic has hit the disadvantaged and vulnerable groups assisted by our community partners the hardest. W+K lawyers have adapted to the innovative service delivery methods its community partners have developed to continue helping people during this challenging time.
I hope you find the article interesting. If you’d like to know more about our Community Footprint program, please get in touch.
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