Charitable Giving

Central to the CR committee’s aims was the designation of a Charity of the Year and for the second year running Richard House Children’s Hospice has been elected to benefit from this partnership. In other areas of charity, rosenblatt has established links with the RNIB, Norwood, Community Security Trust, Make-A-Wish Foundation and Myisrael


Individuals within rosenblatt work with premiership rugby’s inner city outreach programme, which uses rugby and sport in a wider context to promote positive life skills amongst young people at risk of being drawn into gang activity and support a major premier rugby club’s foundation dedicated to assisting disabled children and the elderly.


ER events

ER Events provide employability and enterprise events for primary and secondary school students to improve and enhance their employability skills and motivate young people to succeed. This is a new opportunity for rosenblatt employees to offer their support to young people in South East London preparing for the working world, help drive up aspirations and engage those who may otherwise not consider a career in Law through initiatives such as; mock interviews, careers fairs, mentoring and work experience.


Pro-Bono Work

research autism

Rosenblatt have advised Research Autism in relation to various matters over the years on a pro bono basis. The type of legal assistance provided ranges from standard Employment to transactional Real Estate advice.

nuclear veterans

Rosenblatt provided in the region of £5m worth of legal advice, spanning six years, to Victims of Britain’s nuclear tests. More than 1,000 veterans of the atomic bomb tests carried out in the South Pacific in the 1950s are asking judges in Strasbourg to rule on their demand for a trial accusing the Ministry of Defence of exposing them to radiation.


The team has worked on a pro bono basis for a number of non-profit organisations, including the Wiener Library and Research Autism and, in particular, has produced suites of employment documents for start-up businesses such as Saviour Box and Slow Food.