The latest practice to take on Freshfields as most enlightened, tree-huggingest law firm is Chadbourne & Parke, which earlier this month unveiled to a fanfare of organically-harvested birdsong its grand plan for saving the planet. Key prongs in its eco-assault include the use of environmentally-friendly plates and cups (instead of the deadly ceramic ones that destroyed all those rainforests), nailing a couple of recycling containers to every desk and, most importantly, issuing staff with refillable Chadbourne water bottles so its lawyers don't need to buy new water-bottles every day. Sensible stuff.
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