PRO BONO & Endeavour Partnership invents fee scheme to help the NSPCC

Robins, Jon
July 2005
Lawyer;7/18/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 28, p16
Trade Publication
Reports that North East law firm the Endeavour Partnership has joined forces with the NSPCC in a novel fundraising scheme in England. Ways of supporting the group and its projects involving the splitting fees on selected areas of legal advice; Proactive move of both parties; Review of contracts and terms and conditions of employment, policies and procedures.


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