Many of the initiatives pursued by the Center on the Legal Profession would not be possible without the tremendous support by the many individuals, foundations and institutions affiliated with the Center, some of which are highlighted below. Nurturing and developing the relationships with each of these supporters is a key aspect of one of the Center’s primary goals of forging a strong, interactive connection between the academy and the profession.
Microsoft (Legal and Corporate Affairs Group) works on the cutting edge of business and regulatory issues around the world, playing a proactive and engaged role pioneering new legal and corporate affairs solutions that will advance business goals and also benefit consumers, industry partners, and the communities where we live and work.
Thomson Reuters (TR) provides professionals with the intelligence, technology and human expertise they need to find trusted answer. TR enables professionals in the financial and risk, legal, tax and accounting, intellectual property and science and media markets to make the decisions that matter most, all powered by the world’d most trusted new organizations.
Davis Polk & Wardwell (DPW) is one of the world’s premier law firms. Known for its skillful work in highly complex matters that are critical to their clients, they offer unrivaled breadth and excellence across all practices and specialties. DPW’s clients, many of them industry and global leaders, rely on the exceptional, collaborative service delivered through DPW’s nine offices worldwide.
Dechert LLP is an international law firm with practices in corporate and securities, complex litigation, finance and real estate, and financial services and asset management. With broad industry knowledge and experience in a wide variety of areas, Dechert delivers integrated strategies that produce the best results for its clients, whether they’re looking for fresh perspectives on routine matters or entering uncharted legal and business territory. Each practice area is supported by a fully integrated infrastructure of offices throughout the United States, the United Kingdom, Continental Europe, and Asia.