Pro Bono

The concept of pro bono is an integral part of LCF’s philosophy: as part of the society we share the responsibility for its development and tackling of social problems. We support a variety of cultural and artistic initiatives, participate in perfecting legislation, promote improvement of legal culture and professional standards.


Help to Charitable Foundation Zaporuka

Today, the whole Ukraine is fighting with the occupier. But there are little warriors who have to fight another enemy – a serious illness. Charitable Foundation Zaporuka takes care of the children, and we have been helping it for several years.

To support the fighting spirit and give the little ones a little cheer, LCF provided kits for creativity – for everyone personally and in the psychology and rehabilitation office.

We wish all the children the soonest victory in their struggle!


Help to the Kharkiv Regional Perinatal Center

Life must go on under any circumstances. And especially in wartime, it is so important to maintain a new life.

LCF participated in the purchase of a transport closed incubator with a transport device for artificial lung ventilation for the Kharkiv Regional Perinatal Center as part of the Regional Clinical Hospital., which became critically necessary for the Center after February 24, 2022. This equipment allows babies to be safely moved to a basement or bomb shelter without losing temperature, which is critical for the premature babies. The equipment has uninterrupted power supply, is equipped with sensors, filters, breathing devices for newborns, so it supports the vital activity of the baby both during transportation and during stay in unsuitable rooms.

So, according to the management of the Center, today the delivery unit, neonatal resuscitation and the basement are fitted with all the equipment that saves children’s lives.


LCF Law Group has defended the interests of Kyiv State Professional Choreographic College

LCF Law Group has defended the interests of Kyiv State Professional Choreographic College in a dispute over debt collection. Supporting cultural projects is the part of LCF philosophy and has always been extremely important for the firm, so LCF associates acted on a pro bono basis in this case.

Kyiv State Professional Choreographic College is the only highly professional specialized institution in Ukraine, which provides targeted training of ballet dancers for the leading national opera and ballet theaters in Ukraine.


LCF Law Group established a scholarship for the best lecturer of UCU Law School

LCF Law Group established a scholarship for the best lecturer of the Ukrainian Catholic University Law School. The purpose of the scholarship is to support the development of legal education and research in Ukraine.

The sholarship received Kristina Dumych, PhD. in Law, a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Law and Human Theory at the Ukrainian Catholic University. Kristina demonstrates excellence in teaching and actively collaborates with the professional community to organize student internships.

LCF Law Group Scholarship will facilitate Kristina’s research projects and provide an opportunity to attend a major international scientific conference.


Educational Project “Youth As Driver of Reforms”

LCF Law Group, in cooperation with the Ukrainain Association of Insolvency Practitioners, ELSA Ukraine and the UBA Student League, launches the educational project “Youth As  Driver of Reforms”.

The goal of the project is to attract young people to to active work on changes through developing and proposing efficient measures for improving the life in the country by changes in legislation, law improvement and establishing justice.

The project started with the students’ essay contest “Bankruptcy in Ukraine – International Standards Compliance” . The winner will receive a stipendium and opportunity to have an internship at LCF.

Within the project Alexander Biryukov, Doctor of Law, Counsel of LCF Law Group and the President of he Ukrainain Association of Insolvency Practitioners, also given a series of public lectures at leading universities in Kyiv, Odessa, Uzhgorod, Khmelnitsky.



Anna Ogrenchuk took part in Kyiv-Mohyla Academy Charity Evening

Anna Ogrenchuk participated in the Charity Evening of the National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy”, held on October 21, 2018. The charity evening was held to support talented students and tutors of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy and the development of the new university programs.

Anna took part in a charity auction and bought the work “Photocopies. The fruits of the earth” of Igor Gaidai, the well-known Ukrainian photorapher. The charity auction is part of the  fundraising campaign of the university aimed at improving the quality of education, developing science and empowering young people to pursue education at the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy.