The Chancery Lane Project’s (TCLP) Supply Chains event series brings together key stakeholders and sector specialist lawyers to collaborate on drafting contract clauses that support companies in getting their supply chains to net zero emissions.
Lend us your expertise and help draft these clauses by registering your interest in joining this event series here.
The event will analyse, consolidate and improve our existing supply chain clauses (see overview) as well as generate ideas for new clauses, in order to produce one centralised and comprehensive Green Standard for Suppliers, that can be annexed to any supply agreement, as part of TCLP’s Net Zero Toolkit and published as an open source knowledge resource on TCLP’s website in the lead up to COP26.
You can attend any session as a standalone event, or all sessions for the comprehensive experience.
For more information about the event series, a summary of climate challenges affecting the sector and a list of further reading to help you reflect on possible solutions, read our Supply Chains event series report.
Review TCLP’s existing supply chain clauses in this gallery and take a look at this overview of the specific areas they cover – to inspire ideas for new clauses and avoid duplication of existing content. You can also search for these clauses on the Model Clauses page of our website.
If you have any questions about this event series, please contact us.
How to join Sessions One and Two
Join this TCLP Zoom Room a few minutes before each session. Events start promptly to maximise time for idea generation in Session One and clause development in Session Two.
Anyone can participate in our events, at any point. You do not need to be an expert in the practice area or industry being discussed, but before joining the events we ask that you:
- Read our event series report
- Reflect on the climate challenges in the sector and potential solutions to them, in particular the focus areas identified in the report
- Review our existing clauses so that your ideas propose opportunities for new drafting and don’t duplicate existing content
- Join our Slack channel using the button below to communicate with peers interested in this event. Please note that you will need to join the general TCLP Slack channel first. Find out how here
Anyone can participate in our events, at any point
Anyone can participate in our events, at any point. You do not need to be an expert in the practice area or industry being discussed. All you need is the enthusiasm to engage with fellow participants and contribute your skills in developing the legal frameworks to fight climate change.
Session One: Generating ideas for clauses
12 - 2 pm (BST)
- Short presentation – brief overview of climate drafting opportunities aligned with the focus areas identified in our event report;
- Five minute timed idea generation exercise in which you anonymously submit ideas for clauses, tagging your submission with one of the focus areas;
- Group review and reflect on the submitted ideas;
- Discursively explore the ideas and select ones to take forward, forming drafting teams to do so; and
- Agree next steps for progressing the clause ideas in TCLP’s Drafting Outline document before Session Two. The Drafting Outline is where you research and flesh out the climate issue, your proposed solution to it and its potential impact, as well as the legal and environmental context.
Session Two: Developing the ideas for clauses
12 - 1:30 pm (BST)
- Receive feedback on your Drafting Outline from the group and come with any questions that you may need help with; and
- Collaboratively refine the drafting brief and contextual research so that you are ready to begin drafting.
Clause submission deadline
- Deadline for submitting drafted clauses to TCLP; and
- After submission, the clauses undergo a rigorous peer review process by TCLP’s partner law firms and specialist editors, before being published as an open source knowledge resource on our website.
Practical Workshop: Supply Chains Climate Clauses in Action
9 - 10:30 am (BST)
- Attend our practical workshops to collaborate with other lawyers on how to use and implement our model climate clauses in this sector.
- More information on the event can be found on our Climate Clauses in Action event page.