Kudun and Partners recently partnered with TrustLaw, Thomson Reuters Foundation’s global pro bono legal program, to provide pro bono assistance to a social enterprise that provides training, coaching and mentoring to local and international companies, governmental bodies, and non-profit organizations (NGOs). The pro bono project was led by Peerasanti Somritutai with assistance from Nutthar Hongchutchaval, Natwara Svetamal, Chuenkamol Viriya and Ploypapas Nakata, where our team was tasked to provide advice on exploring the new social enterprise registration law to further the enterprise’s social mission.
“On behalf of the team, we are grateful for the chance to work with TrustLaw on this pro bono assignment,” Peerasanti Somritutai stated.
Kongkoch Yongsavasdikul, Kudun and Partners’ CSR committee chair remarked “By partnering with one of the world’s largest pro bono networks, our firm can identify opportunities to provide pro bono assistance to NGOs and social enterprises working to improve the world’s social and environmental conditions on a continuous basis. It’s all part of our firm’s ongoing commitment to giving back to the community and we are delighted to be a part of the TrustLaw program.”
About Kudun and Partners CSR Initiatives
Kudun and Partners remains committed to contributing back to the community through our various CSR initiative. We understand that our responsibility goes beyond advising clients and it is imperative for us to help the communities to which we belong. We want to inspire not only our colleagues but also our clients and friends to make a difference. Our CSR is mainly focused on the top UN Sustainable Development Goals, which are:
Good Health and Well Being; and
Should any of you have any interest or ideas in CSR activities, please do not hesitate to reach out to the BDMC team.