22nd January 2007
A full exploration of internal CSR strategies in law firms to ensure you attract, retain and inspire both internal staff and external clients
The recent announcement by the Olympic Delivery Authority Chief Executive David Higgins that Olympic firms will be required to go green, as reported by The Lawyer (14th August 2006) is but one example of the growing relevance of CSR for law firms.
CSR is fast becoming a hot issue for law firms, and the above illustrates how clients are demanding proof of how active firms are in this sphere when selecting them for their services, exactly in the same way that diversity has been pushed higher up the agenda.
This is the only conference of its kind, bringing together key learnings including:
â¢ Defining CSR in the context of law firms
â¢ Arguing the business case for CSR, including insight from the client side
â¢ CSR programmes as a staff recruitment, retention and motivation tool
â¢ Accurately measuring and reporting CSR initiatives
â¢ Internal management and communications to ensure CSR buy-in and success
â¢ External Communications - which parts of CSR story should you be telling, and to who?
Leading firms confirmed to participate;
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Clifford Chance, DLA Piper, Morrison Foerster, Linklaters, Allen & Overy, Reuters, Herbert Smith, Barclays, KPMG, Centrica and Richards Butler.
Plus a one-day practical, interactive Masterclass:
Masterclass delivered by salterbaxter, a leading corporate branding and corporate communications design consultancy. The Masterclass will offer tips and best practice on measuring and reporting your CSR initiatives.
For further information please call Fiona Carter on 0207 970 4770 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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