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Lovells is one of the worlds' largest international commercial law firms with offices in major financial and commercial centres across Europe, Asia and the United States. The Lovells' Pro Bono programme has very generously supported Charlotte di Vita's work with pro bono legal advice on commercial and intellectual property issues.

In recognition of this valuable pro bono work, Trade plus Aid has accredited to Lovells two development projects: a water harvesting project in the Sudan (Project Partnered with ITDG) and a medical station in Vietnam (Project Partnered with CNCF). Without Lovells' pro bono assistance there would not have been the funds available to finance these two development projects.

Charlotte di Vita and Trade plus Aid would like to thank Lovells' lawyers for all their support and advice, with particular thanks to Alexandra Shield, Dan Mace, Yasmin Waljee, Michael Roberts, Emma Alanco, Louise Zafer, Ken Okumura and Robert Anderson.

For further information on Lovells visit www.lovells.com

 


Rouse & Co. International is an intellectual property consultancy that provides a full range of IP services, with offices world-wide. Together with its affiliated UK law firm, Rouse Legal, Rouse & Co. International has provided Charlotte di Vita with valuable pro bono assistance concerning a variety of intellectual property issues to support her work.

In recognition of this valuable pro bono work, Trade plus Aid has accredited to Rouse & Co and Rouse Legal, three development projects providing seed capital in East Timor (Project Partnered with Opportunity International),  Conserving Wildlife in Zambia (Project Partnered with EIA), Caring for Street Children in Mongolia (Project Partnered with CNCF). Without the pro bono assistance of Rouse, there would not have been the funds available to finance these three development projects.

Charlotte di Vita and Trade plus Aid would like to thank Rouse & Co. International for all their support and advice, with particular thanks to Stuart Adams, Chris Bailey, Eleanor Fairley, Mark Foreman, Rebecca Kaye, Ann Lynch, Rupert Ross MacDonald, Fabrice Mattei, Luke Minford, Shireen Peermohamed and Tony Willoughby.

For further information on Rouse & Co. International visit www.iprights.com



Saffery Champness is one of the top twenty accountancy practices in the UK. Saffery Champness has provided Charlotte di Vita with valuable pro bono accountancy advice to support her work.

In recognition of this valuable pro bono work, Trade plus Aid has accredited to Saffery Champness the project to fund education in Zambia (Project Partnered with the Kaloko Trust). Without Saffery Champness' pro bono assistance the funds would not have been available to finance this development project.

Charlotte di Vita and Trade plus Aid would like to thank Saffery Champness for all their support and advice, with particular thanks to Jason Lane and Helen Green.

For further information on Saffery Champness visit www.saffery.com

 

Gilbert + Tobin is a leading corporate, communications and commercial Australian law firm whose IP practice is ranked as one of Australia's best.

Charlotte di Vita and Trade plus Aid would like to thank Gilbert + Tobin for all their support and advice, with particular thanks to Kate Harrison, Lance Scott and Hilary May Black.

For further information on Gilbert + Tobin visit www.gtlaw.com.au

Trade plus Aid would  like to thank Susan Weller of Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo PC, Reston, Virginia, USA.

 

 

   
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