Defending theHuman Rightto a Fair Trial
Fair Trials is very grateful for the funding and pro-bono support we receive. In particular we would like to thank the following organisations, law firms and barristers chambers:
Barrett Translations is a quality translation service formed in 1999. The company supports Fair Trials each year to mark International Translation Day.
Burton Copeland BCL is a London-based solicitors’ firm providing advice and representation in crime, dispute resolution and regulatory compliance.
The European Commission is the executive body of the EU, representing 28 European nations.
Oak Foundation commits its resources to address issues of global, social and environmental concern, particularly those that have a major impact on the lives of the disadvantaged.
The Open Society Foundations work to build vibrant and tolerant democracies whose governments are accountable to their citizens.
The Law Society represents solicitors in England and Wales.
The charitable objective of The Legal Education Foundation is to promote the advancement of legal education and the study of law in all its branches.
The Oakdale Trust is a small family-run foundation, founded in 1946, which makes grants in a range of areas including penal reform.
Founded in 2011, the Constance Fairness Foundation was established in order to support Charities and Organisations that assist people who have suffered from the lack of justice, fairness, freedom and equal opportunities.
Persula Foundation is an independent grant giving foundation whose aim is to support and research charities and original projects.
Freshfields is an international law firm providing business and law advice of the highest quality throughout Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the US.
The J Paul Getty Jnr. Charitable Trust was endowed by Sir John Paul Getty KBE. Since 2003, it has distributed nearly £38 million to charities across the United Kingdom.
Clifford Chance is a global law firm based in London with offices in most major business centres.
Hogan Lovells is a global legal practice with a 112 year history.
The Evan Cornish Foundation was created in memory of the late Evan Cornish, a successful businessman, who passed away in 2002. The trustees decided to utilise funds in his name for the benefit of charitable activities and to put something back into the local and wider community.
Simmons & Simmons is a leading international law firm with fully integrated teams working through offices in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
The Bromley Trust is a grant-making trust established in 1989. It supports charities working on its key focus areas like: human rights, prison reform and environment.
The Highway One Trust is an independent grant-making charitable trust founded in 2016. They fund a wide range of organisations and charities working to support positive change in a variety of areas. The aim of Highway One is to support those who are following long roads and difficult paths towards long term and lasting change.
Fair Trials would also like to thank the following charitable trusts:
3Ts Charitable Trust, AW60 Charitable Trust, Elizabeth Frankland Moore and Star Foundation, George and Esme Pollitzer Charitable Settlement, Hans-Peter and Nicole Holinger, Hollick Family Charitable Trust, Korman Trust, Launan Charitable Trust, Marple Charitable Trust, Norman Trust, Robert Gavron Charitable Trust, Street Foundation, and Tanner Trust.
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Fair Trials Europe is a registered public foundation in Belgium (No. 552688677).
Fair Trials Europe was founded by Fair Trials International
(a registered charity with limited liability in England and Wales, Nos 1134586 and 7135273),
together they form Fair Trials.