Big Law firms are opening up environmental, social and governance practices, driven by priorities of the Biden administration and, increasingly, those of consumers and institutional investors.

This month, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher announced its new ESG practice led by six partners in London, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., and Dallas, Texas. On Tuesday, Seyfarth Shaw has formed its ESG group, comprised of 20 total attorneys and led by Chicago-based labor and employment attorney Ameena Majid, London-based international attorney Amy Levin, and San Francisco-based litigator Giovanna Ferrari. That same day, Hunton Andrews Kurth also announced its own group.

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