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ALISS Key Insights
Summary Report 2017
The LFSN has released the findings on its first round of American Legal Industry Sustainability Standard (ALISS) online self-assessments. ALISS allows firms to objectively track and measure their sustainability efforts; provides a detailed roadmap of additional steps firms may wish to take to reduce their environmental impact; and provides a ranking of how firms are doing on sustainability.
ALISS is a self-assessment tool that awards weighted points for various activities covering five broad categories: Internal Sustainability, External Sustainability, Stakeholder Engagement, Measuring & Reporting, and Innovation. Based on the total number of points received through the ALISS self-assessment, participating firms achieve award level recognitions.
The LFSN’s ALISS Key Insights Summary Report demonstrates how firms are reducing their environmental impact. A copy of the summary report is available for download. ALISS Participants may receive the ALISS Key Insights Detailed Report 2017.
We want your insight.
Does CSR in law firms matter?
We’re eager to have your insight on sustainability efforts in law firms. We’d be very thankful if you could take a minute to share your thoughts.
Are your firm’s efforts meeting these expectations or do you risk elimination in the RFP process?
The Law Firm Sustainability Network, together with Pamela Cone, graduate student in Corporate Social Responsibility at St. Michaels at the University of Toronto, is issuing this survey to assess the current status of sustainability efforts in the legal industry.
Deadline to participate has been extended to September 30th, 2018.
To express our gratitude, we will share a copy of the report with you.
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September 26th, 2018
CSR & Sustainability Report Findings
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Webinars & ROUNDTABLES
The LFSN hosts webinars and roundtables on a regular basis that explore a variety of sustainability topics, from paper reduction to renovations.
Case Study Library
Legal organizations contribute their learnings on sustainability programs that they have launched from composting to retrofits.
The ALISS assessment is designed to help law firms measure the success of their sustainability programs and discover opportunities to enhance and improve.
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The Executive Director of the LFSN discusses the mission of the network in this video courtesy of Leadership Council member Seyfarth Shaw LLP.