Australian firms follow UK counterparts with eco-friendly alliance
Norton Rose and DLA Piper's Australian arms have helped to found a new alliance of law firms which will aim to reduce the legal profession's carbon footprint in the country. The Australian Legal Sector Alliance (AusLSA), which is modelled on the UK's Legal Sector Alliance (LSA), aims to promote environmentally friendly sustainable practices and encourage corporate social responsibility. The UK LSA was founded in 2007 and now has a membership of around 200 legal firms.
Norton Rose and DLA Piper’s Australian arms have helped to found a new alliance of law firms which will aim to reduce the legal profession’s carbon footprint in the country.
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