Our commitment in 2020

Pro bono and community highlights by the numbers

Our community work is important to who we are as a firm. We aim to help people through some of their toughest periods, work towards creating a more sustainable future and promote reconciliation nationwide. We are committed to creating a better future for our communities. Here's a snapshot of our contribution to pro bono, philanthropy, reconciliation and the environment in the last year.

6534 hours of pro bono legal work for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals and organisations

7343 hours of human rights related pro bono legal work

7284 hours of pro bono legal work related to homelessness

We achieved 6 years as a carbon neutral law firm

We reduced total paper use (for our Australian offices) by 5%

9150 hours assisting Indigenous law students through our Indigenous Legal Internship program, since the program started in 2006

42 Allens staff have now undertaken secondments of six to 12 weeks through our partnership with Jawun and the Empowered Communities project

We provided financial support to 28 charities through our philanthropy program


Empowering individuals to create meaningful change