Lucy Sallows takes to TikTok to share her experience of attending our first hybrid student event
At Legal Cheek’s recent hybrid event, where students could attend both in-person and virtually, a panel of lawyers working in Clifford Chance’s environmental, social and governance (ESG) team gave attendees an insight into the deals and projects that they have been working on.
Clifford Chance partner Clare Burgess led the discussion which spanned nuclear power plants, carbon markets, human rights and greenwashing. Then, after the presentation, both virtual and in-person attendees has the opportunity to ask panel members any questions they had before heading off into a networking session with the firm’s trainees, lawyers and graduate recruitment team.
• Clare Burgess, partner
• Kirsty Souter, senior associate
• Alexandra Blake, senior associate
• Lucy Roberts, associate
• Prakruthi Gowda, senior associate
• Anna Kirkpatrick, senior associate
• Carla Lewis, senior associate
In this TikTok, future Clifford Chance trainee Lucy Sallows (@legallylucy) provides a brief overview of the event and picks out some of the key commercial awareness points.
i went to the legal cheek x clifford chance talk and here are my commerical awareness takeaways! (ad)
Clifford Chance itself has implemented an active Climate Change policy which steers its business away from working on new client matters where there is potential for material and adverse impact on climate change. The firm, which is subscribed to the Net Zero Lawyers Alliance’s commitment and the “Race to Zero” action plan, ensures its commitment to net zero 2030 has been verified by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).