Catch up on our latest news, views, webinars and events
We all need to do our bit to achieve Net Zero carbon emissions, however large or small our organisations. Setting a robust Science Based Target (SBT) is an important part of this. Find out more here
How are you 'Navigating the new normal?' if you are an employer or a recent graduate, a trainee or a junior lawyer then this webinar is for you.
The second in our Autumn series of webinars explores how law firms are tackling the balance between staff welfare and the need to change operations in response to Covid.
So much was expected of me before you all got sent home but now the magic and power I’m assumed to have is off the scale. Apparently, you all miss me. You know, like the desert misses the rain....
In the first of our Autumn series we ask - Will our offices look the same post Covid? Catch our most recent webinar with guests John Burgess, Grant Thornton and Neil Usher Gospace
16-year-old Dara McAnulty wins the Prize for Nature Writing and Benedict Macdonald wins first ever Writing on Global Conservation Prize Read more to find out how to get involved.
Watch our latest LSA Webinar here - this is the first in our series of student webinars on Life in the Law After Covid.
This webinar is next in the series of Green Recovery webinars produced by Achill Management and Planet Pod. Our guests talk with host Amanda Carpenter about what policy, legal and financial incentive changes are needed for renewable energy to power a green recovery.
As influencers and leaders, lawyers have a role to play in making sustainable business the new normal ... read the LSA article in the Gazette here Read more to find out how to get involved.
The Law Society has recently issued a response to the Civil Justice Council’s rapid consultation on the impact of COVID-19 measures on the Civil Justice System.
In the second of the series of webinars from Planet Pod and Achill Management we ask our guests how can rewilding present opportunities for a green recovery and new way of managing our resources and the planet after Covid?
At a time when it feels we are being buffeted by so much gloomy news about the spread of Covid 19 and its impacts, it is good to hear some good news blown in on the wind – quite literally.