Latham’s London office — nearly 500 lawyers strong — consistently ranks among the City’s elite law firms across practices and industries.

We offer sophisticated counsel and representation to emerging and global companies, financial institutions, and private investors on groundbreaking transactions, disputes, and regulatory matters. Mirroring the City’s status as a nexus for global finance and trade, our London lawyers combine our culture of collaboration and creativity with a pragmatic drive to deliver results and to connect clients with opportunities across the Atlantic, throughout Europe, across Asia, and beyond.

Giving Back

Latham is committed to giving back in each of the communities where we live and work. In London, our pro bono causes include anti-human trafficking and human rights matters, asylum, refugee, and immigration cases, improving policies that affect stateless persons in the UK, social enterprise support, LGBTQ+ rights, and women’s rights.

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Solicitors Regulation Authority

The London office continues to provide pro bono advice to various individuals and organizations amounting. While participation in the firm's pro bono program is not mandatory, all firm personnel are strongly encouraged to participate in pro bono matters to the extent their skills can be utilized to serve the interests of our pro bono clients. Time spent on pro bono matters is credited to lawyers and paralegals to the same extent time is credited for any other client matter.

As the London office continues to grow, so too does its commitment to pro bono and community service, providing much-needed support to the community. Recent examples of projects in the community include:

  • Assisting the Junior League of London - The Junior League of London, a member of the Association of Junior Leagues International, is a non-profit organization of women committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women and improving the community. 
  • Continuing the Relationship with Learning for Life - Learning for Life is a UK registered charity working with local South Asian partners to increase the quality and provision of education to the most marginalized communities - in particular girls, refugees and the disabled.

  • Representing The Roundhouse - The Roundhouse is an internationally renowned arts venue in North London. London lawyers advised The Roundhouse in connection with its fundraising for its redevelopment as a youth performing arts venue through benefactors such as Arts Council England, the Welcome Trust, Heritage Lottery Fund and the London Development Agency.

  • Working with Redress Trust - Redress Trust is a UK-based human rights organization that seeks reparation and justice for victims of torture before the International Criminal Court.

  • Working with Rosetta Life - Rosetta Life is a charitable organization whose primary objective is to provide palliative care for hospice users through the creation of films, video diaries and other means related to issues affecting their daily lives.
  • Member of PRIME - PRIME is an organization that works to ensure fair and equal access to quality work experience for students from less privileged backgrounds. As a member of PRIME, Latham is committed to providing work experience placements for students from disadvantaged backgrounds, enabling them to learn and gain experience in a variety of capacities in the legal industry. Find out more about PRIME at

  • Working with Centrepoint - Centerpoint is a charity in the United Kingdom that provides emergency accommodation, support, information and training to homeless young people. Its lawyers and staff provide pro bono support, mentor, carry out volunteer work and raise money for the charity. Find out more about Centrepoint at

Survey of Pro Bono Practices and Opportunities

A multi-office team of Latham & Watkins lawyers and professional staff from across the firm’s offices globally conducted extensive research to prepare the 2016 edition of the “Survey of Pro Bono Practices and Opportunities” report. Conducted in conjunction with the Pro Bono Institute (PBI), the unique report is an essential resource for local practitioners, in-house teams and non-profits on pro bono practices around the world.


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