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Our Paris Office held its second Pro Bono Catalyst workshop dedicated to social entrepreneurs in collaboration with some of our private sector clients.

Three multidisciplinary teams made up of 7 Hogan Lovells volunteers and 7 in-house legal counsel offered legal support on issues ranging from urban planning, e-commerce, contract, company, and finance law, to the following innovative enterprises:

  • L'Institut de l'Abeille (ITSAP) provides practical and technical information to optimize beekeeping practices, as well as some solutions in relation to decline of honey bees.
  • Association Jean-Luc François and its programme “Programme Couture & Métiers” (Sewing and Jobs Programme) works to develop the skills of the unemployed and to make professions and jobs become more accessible.
  • TRIBU allows SMEs and micro-enterprises in rural and suburban territories to access crowdfunding opportunities in order to support local economy projects.