pro bono


Kimberly Dasse attends launch of the Handbook on Initial Victim Identification and Assistance for Trafficked Persons

Family and Private Client Solicitor Kimberly Dasse recently attended the International Organisation for Migration (IOM)’s launch event for the Handbook on Initial Victim Identification and Assistance for Trafficked Persons. The Handbook was developed by Hong Kong’s Civil Society Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force, which was founded…Read More


Tanner De Witt supports West Island School’s Spring Fair 2018

We had a delightful time at this year’s West Island School Spring Fair 2018, which was sponsored by Tanner De Witt. Hundreds of parents and children came out to enjoy the school’s facilities and a selection of food and drink. There was also live entertainment…Read More


Tanner De Witt wins Pro Bono Awards from Law Society of HK

Partner Joanne Brown, Consultant Philip Swainston and Solicitors Rowan Varty and Winnie Wat represented Tanner De Witt at the Pro Bono and Community Service Award Presentation Ceremony, which was held at the Department of Justice on 13 December 2017. We are pleased to announce that we…Read More


2017: a year full of sponsorships, sports and speaking opportunities

2017 has been a year of growth for Tanner De Witt with two new partners, 15 new joiners, 5 newly qualified lawyers, 4 new trainees, 1 new practice area, 1 new office, more than 80 events…and we turned 18! As one of Hong Kong’s largest…Read More


Joanne Brown and Elizabeth Seymour-Jones attend Pathfinders Charity Dinner

On the evening of Saturday 18 November, Partner Joanne Brown and Paralegal Elizabeth Seymour-Jones donned mysterious masks to support migrant charity PathFinders at their Mardi Gras themed Anniversary Dinner. Held every year in November, this year’s dinner was an especially poignant one for the charity,…Read More