Our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) project is closely linked to our values of equality and justice, and is based on the continued commitment of everyone at the firm to serve the community with the aim of improving social inequality. Through our CSR project, and particularly through pro bono work, we want to help the most disadvantaged members of our society. We want to be able to fulfill our ethical duty to serve society and allow our lawyers to fulfil their commitment to solidarity. One of Pérez-Llorca’s objectives is to help to build a fair and just legal system which, in our opinion, is part and parcel of a lawyer’s moral and ethical duty. In order to centralise and manage this work, we have set up a Pro Bono Committee. Our social actions are aimed at many different groups, among others, children, immigrants and disabled persons. Despite having an established list of priority groups, the Pro Bono Committee analyses any new proposals they are presented in order to see whether we are able to assist other groups within our society. We, as lawyers, view the provision of our legal services as our primary pro bono activity, as this is what differentiates us from other groups and where we believe we can contribute the most. These activities are aimed at developing collaborations between social projects and our professional services which reflect our ethical obligation to be of service to the community by offering legal advice and information. We have the support of various foundations whose goal is to promote strategic business activities to help improve the society we live in.