Our Work

The Lex Mundi Pro Bono Foundation was created in January 2006. To date, it has matched more than 350 social entrepreneurs with Lex Mundi law firms and lawyers around the globe.  In addition, the LawForChange website serves as a valuable resource for thousands of new users each month.

Some example Foundation projects include:

  • Establish non-profit corporation and provide related advice for a renowned conflict resolution leader
  • Register trademarks in several southeast Asia countries
  • Assist Ecuadorean social entrepreneur stop pirated broadcast of environmental program in the US
  • Draft complaint for suit by consumer organization against transit authority
  • Advise Algerian delegation on franchising legislation to spur economic development and provide jobs in poor areas
  • Provide corporate restructuring advice to high fashion Fair Trade enterprise in London and Tokyo
  • Help children’s rural poverty program based in the Netherlands prepare MOU for roll-out of new program in 15 developing countries
  • Advise leading social entrepreneurship sponsor on foreign investment restrictions in various developing countries
  • Assist US social entrepreneur incorporate a subsidiary in Indonesia
  • Provide loan structuring, banking and tax advice to affordable reading glass entrepreneur who is borrowing and then relending funds to affiliate in Hyderabad, India
  • Research regulation of microfinance in US
  • Provide corporate advice to entity operating camps in South Africa that teach children about AIDS and nutrition
  • For more examples click here.