The Paris office is a signatory to the Diversity charter, a text that guides organisations to deploy concrete initiatives, and progress through innovative practices that promote diversity and fight against discrimination. This charter contributes to the development of management that respects differences and is based on trust.
As part of its recent move, the Paris office has decided to radically review its operations in order to be more respectful of the environment and to be part of a sustainable development approach.
The Paris office provides legal assistance to Urgent Identity Africa Fund whose aim is to address the problem of the lack of civil identity on the African continent and in particular in sub-Saharan Africa, where 95 million children under the age of five have not been registered at birth.
We’re an outward-looking firm. We're interested in the world, current issues, and emerging trends. We work with great clients doing great things; things that have a real impact on the way the world does business, and how we all live. So, it's not surprising that we also want to have a positive influence by supporting our local communities.
We work alongside our clients to champion initiatives that make an impact on the community around us. Our people dedicate time through volunteering and fundraising and partner with charities across the world to truly amplify our impact.