International Lessons on Health Justice Partnerships: their applicability for pro bono partners and managers

Liz Curran

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    Abstract

    This Panel/Workshop focuses on International Lessons on Health Justice Partnerships. Speakers including Dr Curran were asked to respond in an interactive session to the following headings: i. Development of HJPs in Australia/USA ii. Benefits of the model iii. Evaluation of HJPs funded in Victoria iv. Commonalities across projects v. Key messages and lessons from evaluation The session was held for UKAcademy which has been developed by the UK Collaborative Plan for Pro Bono, with planning support from the Association of Pro Bono Counsel. UKAcademy now comprises ten sessions focused on practical topics of relevance to those managing or developing pro bono in a law firm setting. Information-sharing is a cornerstone of the UK Collaborative Plan for Pro Bono. Members of the Plan have agreed to share data on pro bono activities, they share information on new pro bono opportunities, and they share practical knowledge to help expand their respective pro bono practices. The audience for this event was lawyers and managers employed by law firms who coordinate law firm pro bono programmes. The majority of audience members have a UK base, although joined by some colleagues from the USA.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)28pp
    JournalUKademy: International Lessons on Health Justice Partnerships, their applicability for pro bono partners and managers
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2016
    EventInternational Lessons on Health Justice Partnerships - London, United Kingdom
    Duration: 1 Jan 2016 → …

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