Building a social entrepreneurship practice in a law firm

14 Jul 2022 1500 - 1600 BST

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A  webinar co-presented by the IBA Poverty and Social Development Committee and the IBA Latin American Regional Forum

This webinar brings a practical approach on how to implement the practice of social entrepreneurship as part of the legal services. This is relevant, as such practice will become increasingly important in global economic development between now and 2030. Being an early entrant into this area, can bring substantial market position to any law firm that decides to focus on it.

A social entrepreneurship practice is not a traditional pro bono legal service. Instead, it is a fee-generating practice area that can produce a solid foundation for cross-marketing of mid-value and even high-value legal services to clients in this sector.

Alvaro Rodrigo Castellanos Howell

Consortium Legal, Guatemala City, Guatemala; Member, Poverty and Social Development Committee Advisory Board

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Norman Clark

Walker Clark, Fort Myers, Florida, USA; Member, Poverty and Social Development Committee Advisory Board

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Catalina Santos Angarita

Brigard Urrutia, Bogota, Colombia; Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Latin American Regional Forum

Lina Maria Montoya

Fundacion Bancolombia, Medellin, Colombia

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