We reduce the environmental impact of our events with policies including banning SWAG bags and single-use plastic cutlery. We reuse signs where possible, limit supplier numbers to reduce vehicle deliveries and use compostable coffee cups.
In 2022 we are launching a tree planting campaign and a new initiative to use our ‘stage for good‘ to incorporate talks and content designed to educate and showcase sustainability. We are offering free stands to startups from the green and sustainability industry to help our attendees and sponsor organisations to improve their environmental impact.
All of our attendees and sponsors will have the option to plant trees on our Legal Geek site. All trees our sources from the Woodland Trust, and are plant native trees which provide nectar for pollinators and regenerate the countryside. Trees will be planted after the conference and you will receive a certificate including GPS coordinates of your tree(s).
Reuse wherever possible, our stage backing has been used at all seven conferences!
Legal Geek don’t give out SWAG and use compostable cups
Free stands for Sustainable Tech Startups
We plant trees on behalf of attendees and sponsors, creating habitats
“This is our most important project. In the past, we have focussed sustainability on reducing single-use plastic. In 2022 we want to build on this by creating new habitats and woodlands. We will be inviting our stakeholders to sponsor planting native trees. If you want to get involved or have an idea please email [email protected]”
We have a separate ‘Law For Good‘ program to support legal charities and access to justice. We offer pro-bono event support as the media partner for the ‘Law Society Rugby 7’s and Netball tournament’. In 2017 we organised the first ‘Online Courts Hackathon’ for the UK Government with Richard Susskind and SCL. Every year we bring together key players in the sector together alongside academics, funding bodies, large law firms, charities and startups at our Law for Good Conference. Our aim is to build a community gathering, joining-the-docs in the sector while also providing practical guidance
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Our forward-thinking events programme brings real change to the legal industry by connecting, informing and inspiring.
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