Corporate Social Responsibility for law firms
A new online course for law firms that don’t have a CSR strategy or want to improve an existing one.
If your goals are to:
- Influence social change,
- Make a better impression on clients,
- Improve recruitment and retention,
- And engage and upskill your team,
Then this course is for you!
We will guide you through all the essentials of a CSR strategy – from pro bono to diversity to communicating your strategy for success.
This course defines CSR broadly to add maximum value to you. It also includes:
- a survey for your team to assess where you are,
- a step-by-step guide,
- a checklist,
- and other useful resources to make you a CSR champion.
You can download the resources and watch all the sections in one go (overall under 90 minutes), or come back and watch it a bit at a time.
About 10% of the course is specific to the UK but 90% is suitable for law firms anywhere in the world.
By buying this course you will be supporting Create – an arts charity that empowers people who feel excluded due to disability, disadvantage, or poverty. 5% of every sale will go to their excellent work.
If you want a more advanced course delivered in-house, or if you are a law student looking for a generous discount, please e-mail [email protected]
Welcome to ‘CSR for Law Firms.’ I hope that you enjoy the course!
Olga is the Founder and Director of Private Goodness, a London-based CSR consultancy.
In 2019 Private Goodness won an international award for CSR Excellence and wrote an award-winning CSR strategy for a client in the legal sector.
Olga has worked for a number of regional and national charities and managed CSR partnerships with over one hundred law firms and banks.
She has delivered training on CSR and pro bono to the London School of Business, Nabarro LLP, Paysafe, Kobre & Kim and others.
She completed 2 degrees in law, with a focus on business and human rights, and won the 'Top Student' Award for Business, Human Rights and Corporate Social Responsibility at her Masters course.