Pro Bono

The concept of pro bono (from Latin ‘pro bono publico’: for the public good) 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.


Funding scholarships for the Master’s Programme at the School of Management of the Ukrainian Catholic University

Anna Ogrenchuk funded an annual scholarship for the Master’s Degree in Public Administration at the School of Management of the Ukrainian Catholic University. The scholarship covers 100% of the programme’s costs.

Anna Ogrenchuk, Ph.D., Attorney at Law, Managing Partner of LCF Law Group: “We pay considerable attention to the development of talented youth. We see this as an investment in the future of Ukraine. That is why we made a decision to provide a scholarship for the Master’s degree in Public Administration. At the moment, the public sector needs highly skilled specialists who will be able to think systematically and innovatively, make effective decisions.”


LCF supported project of the National Culture and Arts Complex “Mystetskyi Arsenal”

LCF Law Group supported the Culture and Arts Complex “Mystetskyi Arsenal” in implementing the Dialogia X project dedicated to the anniversary of the Art Kyiv Contemporary Forum. This project initiated a successful and long-term cooperation between LCF, represented by Anna Ogrenchuk, and Natalya Zabolotnaya.

LCF’s Managing Partner Anna Ogrenchuk commented: “The partnership between culture and business is an integral part of corporate culture of all socially responsible successful Western law firms. This practice is very close to us. LCF has already joined more than 50 projects, including non-public. And it is with special warmth that I would like to highlight our partnership with Mystetskyi Arsenal. We have joined two projects: Kateryna Bilokur’s exhibition “I Want to Be an Artist” and the Art Kyiv Contemporary Forum which Natalia spoke about.”


LCF supported the team from the National University of Lviv in the international competition The Annual Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot

LCF Law Group acted as the main partner to the Moot Court Society’s legal community at the National University of Lviv and proudly supported young lawyers’ active work who in the spring of 2017 in Vienna successfully introduced Ukraine to The Annual Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot.


LCF supported the first staging of William Shakespeare’s “Troilus and Cressida” in Ukraine

LCF Legal Group acted as the legal partner to the cultural project of the Ukrainian-British theatrical premiere “Troilus and Cressida” (based on the play by William Shakespeare) held in five cities in Ukraine. This first staging in Ukraine of one of the most mysterious Shakespearean plays was directed by the well-known British director Jonathan Banatwala (Moving Theatre). The cast included prominent Ukrainian actors: Ostap Stupka, Akhtem Seitablaev, Sergiy Siplivy, Olena Svirska and Valentyn Boyko.

“Ukraine’s cultural space, as much as its economy, requires investments. We need to change the attitude of indifference towards our culture’s development and start acting to help us become a strong prosperous state. Our firm has been actively supporting Ukrainian and international art projects for a long time. We are proud to be involved in the realisation of the theatre project “Troilus and Cressida” which appeals to the eternal and relevant issue of our time: the conflict between nations, families and people. I am sure that such a vivid large-scale project will not leave Ukrainians indifferent,” said Anna Ogrenchuk.