Among the values of Bruchou, and as lawyers of one of the leading law firms in Argentina, we believe that it is our responsibility to collaborate with the society where we develop our business, providing legal solutions and our services to those in need with the same quality of representation as services provided to paying clients

As a consequence, our Firm has signed the “Pro Bono Declaration for the Americas”, and is bind to the Pro Bono Commission of the City of Buenos Aires’ School of Law (“Comisión Pro Bono del Colegio de Abogados de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires”) -through which many of the legal aid demands which arise from the Argentine community are canalized- and the NY Bar Association Vance Center (repository agent for all endorsements). Additionally, our Firm is member of TrustLaw Connect, a free international Pro Bono vehicle designed to i) allow organizations with limited resources to be able to have easy access to legal assistance, and ii) make easier for lawyers to take part in high impact Pro Bono works and projects.

The Pro Bono Declaration’s purpose is to articulate the lawyer’s responsibility in the community. Such Declaration was signed by many of the most important law firms in New York and Latin America. Through adhering to this declaration its signatories compromise a minimum amount of hours per lawyer in Pro Bono work, which should be gradually met by each signatory.

Therefore, our Firm encourages that those lawyers who are willing to be involved in Pro Bono projects in which our Firm is engaged, can indeed provide legal assistance and promote access to legal representation to those who lack financial resources to access such assistance.

Within our Firm’s internal structure, the Pro Bono activities are led by a Pro Bono Committee of partners, a Partner Responsible for Pro Bono and Coordinators, who define, settle and coordinate the Pro Bono practice among Bruchou associates.

Some of our main Pro Bono clients include Fundación Cruzada Argentina, Fundación Haciendo Camino and Fundación Germinare, among others.