Greenwashing: the latest fashion sweeping the globe?
ULaw graduate and paralegal Charlotte Cheshire investigates fast fashion brands’ ‘green’ claims
How ESG is shaking things up at law firms
Hill Dickinson partners explain how the heightened focus on environmental, social and governance is changing their work
5 things we learned about life at a global law firm
A panel of lawyers from White & Case discuss the realities of working on high-value, cross-border deals
Meet the sustainability manager helping one global law firm go green
Bird & Bird’s Lauren Nethercleft on her newly created role of sustainability manager and the firm’s drive to meet their net zero ambitions
What went down at the Clifford Chance x Legal Cheek ESG event
Lucy Sallows takes to TikTok to share her experience of attending our first hybrid student event
What does ESG mean for disputes lawyers?
Carla Lewis, senior associate in arbitration, economic sanctions and public international law at Clifford Chance, reveals how the growing awareness of environment, social and governance principles (ESG) is changing her work as a disputes lawyer
Sustainability and what it means to law firms
Legal Cheek Careers sits down with Mills & Reeve sustainability manager Jessica Wilkes-Ball to discuss the rise of ESG up the corporate agenda
The changing legal landscape: How will it affect aspiring lawyers?
Former barrister turned ULaw Deputy Vice-Chancellor Law, Professor Peter Crisp, looks at some of the key issues impacting those seeking to enter the legal profession, ahead of next week’s Legal Cheek-ULaw Summer Virtual Vacation Scheme
Top lawyers give the lowdown on what ESG really means
A panel of experts discuss the role of law firms in driving environmental, social and governance goals
How students can stand out in today’s legal market
Former barrister turned ULaw Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Professor Peter Crisp, shares with students how to build commercial awareness and the skills they need to succeed
The role energy lawyers play in the push towards a greener planet
Paul Dight, Addleshaw Goddard energy and utilities partner, discusses his work at the firm and why it’s great to be at the forefront of change
RPC offers £100k in free legal advice to ESG start-ups
International law firm to ‘promote positive change in society’
From part-time retail college job to supporting big retailers on business
RPC associate Jaleela Johnson reflects on her career journey so far and considers the latest developments in the retail sector
What makes a good ESG lawyer?
Being a team player and an ‘all-rounder’ will put you in good stead, says Osborne Clarke partner and head of environment Matthew Germain
A Clifford Chance future trainee picks out the key commercial awareness points from our ESG event
Will Holmes hears from three of the magic circle firm’s lawyers and the global director of inclusion
Where is ESG headed?
Good-natured though it may be, the environmental, social and governance model has many flaws, writes Durham University law student Adam Jordan
Why ESG is rising to the top of the agenda for City law firms
Clare Burgess, partner in finance and capital markets at Clifford Chance, discusses how her work is changing in light of environmental, social and governance factors
City lawyers share careers and commercial awareness advice
Lawyers from the London offices of Baker McKenzie, BCLP and Norton Rose Fulbright join a magic circle lawyer turned legal education specialist to discuss the key themes so far this year
What ‘build back better’ means for law firms
A panel of Womble Bond Dickinson lawyers discuss their role in boosting sustainable business
The role of lawyers in the post-COVID recovery
Womble Bond Dickinson’s Jonathan Bower explains how the rebuild after the pandemic involves businesses giving back to their communities