Chapman Tripp supports a range of not-for-profit organisations that are making our country stronger. They are groups that work in our communities, on our economic future and in the arts.
In 2003 Chapman Tripp became the first major law firm to establish a formal pro bono practice, now known as our Community Programme. Each year we provide significant legal help, business expertise, resources or the energy of our people willing to get involved when opportunities arise.
This report profiles some of our Community partners and the amazing work that they do. This year, several of our Community partners have contributed to the report. It is our pleasure to work with them to help them achieve their goals and make a difference to the future of New Zealand.
To the hardworking people within those organisations, and to our people involved in our Community practice, we owe a debt of gratitude.
To read the report, please click on the pdf above.