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The Linklaters Foundation 




Our pro bono mission

CSR is a central pillar of the Linklaters identity at each of our 29 offices. In Paris, pro
bono activities have been among our top priorities for over 20 years, and more recently
we have also added cultural patronage initiatives.

The Linklaters Foundation, created in November 2015, enshrines our pro bono
commitments at the heart of our development strategy, on an equal footing with our
other barometers, such as financial indices. This Foundation, designed to underpin
the firm’s dedication to public interest projects, serves to underscore Linklaters’ strong
corporate vision of a socially responsible company, both within its own environment
and the legal profession at large.

The Foundation promotes the firm’s DNA in terms of CSR: long-term commitment in
responsible projects.

Long-term pro bono commitments

The Linklaters Foundation will marry the savoir faire and skills of our staff as it seeks to
support project instigators, encourage and participate in positive, collective and worthwhile
movements, and simply be committed to others.

However important such commitments may be, they are only meaningful because
they form part of a long-term support programme: supporting a charitable project or
cultural mission is not simply a question of offering assistance for a number of years,
but also of being in regular contact with those in charge, to encourage and advise them.

For example, we have been supporting ADIE (Association pour le Droit à l’Initiative Économique)
for more than 10 years. In addition to financial support, we have also organised volunteering
initiatives: Linklaters lawyers provide responses to questions asked by the entrepreneurs ADIE
is advising and organise legal training for the charity’s advisers.

Ongoing commitment to two areas

In line with the programmes carried out to date and the firm's values of innovation and creativity, Linklaters Foundation will focus on two main areas:

  • inclusive education, to combat the various forms of exclusion through education, help with job seeking and returning to work and support for entrepreneurship; and
  • cultural patronage, by helping institutions fund major exhibitions in the field of contemporary art and curating a photography exhibition on show at our premises.

Inclusive education

Inclusive education

Arts patronage

Arts patronage

Our actions and news

Our actions and news

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Antonin Lamberty-Garric

Communication Team Leader

Aurore Schlumberger

CSR coordinator

Tel: +33 (0)1 56 43 56 43


Linklaters in Paris

  • Paris OfficeLinklaters
  • 25, rue de Marignan
    75008 Paris
  • Tel: +33 (0)1 56 43 56 43

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