, CENTRAL LAW advises Orphan Helpers

CENTRAL LAW advises Orphan Helpers

CENTRAL LAW El Salvador and CENTRAL LAW Honduras attending Orphan Helpers Inc on the issues of non-profit association and labor law according to its own laws of those countries.

Orphan Helpers is a non-profit association of US which is present in Honduras and El Salvador. For over 15 years they have dedicated to partnering with the government to assist children and youth who are in government custody, ie detention centers and residential centers.

CENTRAL LAW partner Sandra Cabezas and Claribel Medina are advising the client in the aforementioned legal issues and Guadalupe Martinez Casas, executive director and coordinator of the firm's pro bono matters CENTRAL LAW is who is in contact with the customer and equipment legal to provide the necessary care and counseling.


CENTRAL LAW is a signatory of the Pro Bono Declaration of the Americas (PBDA), an initiative of the Cyrus R. Vance Center for International Justice of the New York City Bar and other prominent law firms from Argentina, Brasil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, México, Paraguay, Peru, Spain, United States, Uruguay and Venezuela.