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As Wildlife Threats Grow Worldwide, Law Firms Build Climate-Focused Practices

The Recorder

22 Jan 2020

Suz Mac Cormac, chair of the firm’s Energy and Social Enterprise and Impact Investing practices, spoke to The Recorder about how climate issues have created opportunities for law firms and their clients to help create positive change.

“At first, the change was gradual, starting with pro bono work,” Suz said, but along the way “companies…started to play more and more in that space.” Now, she says her impact investment clients act “with the intention to generate measurable social and environmental impact alongside a financial return.”

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