From climate change risk to diversity, a lot of general counsel are already working on corporate social responsibility issues in their companies.

Once considered the realm of a few “do-gooders,” CSR is now a legitimate business concern. And even more so this week, after the head of the world’s largest investment firm, BlackRock Inc., told the world’s largest businesses that they need to “make a positive contribution to society” if they want BlackRock’s support.

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