Delivering results that matter

All of our clients provide vital services to people’s lives, be it in healthcare, social housing, emergency services or as a regulator protecting the public. We want to deliver results that matter – that’s why we aim to be the firm of choice for organisations who work to make a difference. Like our clients, we work to make a positive impact on society and help communities thrive.

We have set up award-winning local projects that link our teams with their community, raised thousands of pounds for charities close to our hearts and have taken significant steps to minimise our environmental impact.

Charities and fundraising

Our teams support a wide range of local initiatives and mentoring projects, as well as working together with charities in our own communities and participating in fundraising activities across the UK.

Every year we devote over 1,000 hours to CSR work and raise around £50,000 for charities and fundraising every year.

Our work with the Wimbledon Guild, creating a “Gadget workshop” for older people, has earned us the British Legal Award for CSR/Diversity Initiative of the Year in 2019.

Find out what we’ve been working on in collaboration with the Wimbledon Guild and during our Christmas fundraising:

Helping local communities thrive

Reducing our environmental impact

Like our clients, we have a responsibility to make a difference. Our core value, "doing the right thing", means ensuring we do everything possible to reduce our output of greenhouse gases through our infrastructure, processes and systems. We know that with some key changes, we can become a much greener, cleaner firm and play our part as a responsible business. 

We’ve made good progress already, for example: 

  • In our Birmingham, Leeds and London offices we recycle almost all of our waste. Any waste that cannot be recycled is sent to generate green energy rather than sent to landfill.
  • We’ve become a paper-lite business, with energy saving measures in place in all of our offices.
  • We have a lean infrastructure – for example we don’t have any company cars, and hybrid working is a good opportunity to reduce our office footprint and also reduce travel, while still staying connected.
  • We’re members of the Legal Sustainability Alliance, the leading sustainability network for law firms and the UK legal sector. 

But we recognise that there’s more that we need to do and that it’s an ongoing process. Our environmental sustainability plan and carbon reduction plan set out key commitments and new initiatives for becoming a carbon net zero business by 2024.