On the final morning of the Legal Marketing Association Annual Conference (#LMA19) in Atlanta, one of the breakout sessions focused on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Sustainability. Why would this topic be of any importance to the legal industry? After all, most, if not all midsize and big law firms already have pro bono programs, diversity and inclusion programs, and likely engage in some volunteer and philanthropic activities in their respective communities. Many wonder if that is sufficient.

Not according to Pamela Cone, Vice President and Global Social Responsibility Officer at Milliman, and Founder and CEO of Amity Advisory, a CSR and Sustainability consultancy focused on the professional services industry.

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