As a Firm and as individuals, the firm’s goal is to continue our long-term commitment to serve the unmet legal needs of disadvantaged individuals, and of organizations who cannot afford to pay for legal services, by providing a wide range of sophisticated, specialized and high quality legal services.

UKCA has a long tradition of providing pro bono services. Our pro bono policy strongly encourages all attorneys to devote time to pro bono legal matters, including legal assistance to the poor and to the charitable, community, or other organizations that serve the indigent, who would otherwise be unable to afford legal representation.

In addition to actual pro bono legal work, our lawyers have been active in a wide variety of charitable endeavours, working with, sitting on boards of, and even running, many types of civic, community, cultural, governmental, educational and medical organizations, several which seek to improve the lives of the less fortunate.

The Firm would be happy to provide legal aid/ pro bono work to deserving causes, especially in relation to environment, women and children or to any deprived or vulnerable sections of society.

 

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