AltraLaw, the UK’s first not-for-profit law firm, and Reed Smith, were among a raft of firms and lawyers who recently collected LawWorks awards for their pro bono activity.

At its annual pro bono awards, held virtually because of covid-19, AltraLaw won best contribution by a small or medium firm award for its “compassionate” work in helping a family through a traumatic situation involving discrimination at work which had had a wider impact on the victim’s family.

The Welsh firm’s founder, Nathan Vidini, who is leading the case, was described by the client’s wife as “a life saver”.

All AltraLaw’s profits are gifted to charities chosen by the firm’s clients and, ...

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