Tech entrepreneur Matt Ellis isn’t at all surprised about the boom in ESG—environmental, social and governance—practices at law firms over the past decade. He saw it coming a mile away.

“Law firms are in the business of mitigating risk,” he said. “When their clients started to understand that sustainability was becoming a material risk, law firms were always going to see a business service opportunity.”

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