The Chancery Lane Project (TCLP) would not be possible without the generous donation of pro bono time from volunteer legal professionals and industry experts.
In this New Law Journal article (172 NLJ 7979, p17) Simone Potter (TCLP’s Director of Knowledge) and Sarah Hill-Smith (seconded from Clyde & Co) discuss three pro bono pathways for using your specialist knowledge to combat climate change.
- Pathway 1: Upskilling the next generation of lawyers in climate concepts, climate risk awareness and climate contracting.
- Pathway 2: Growing & scaling climate contracting worldwide.
- Pathway 3: Forming an expert legal consultancy group to drive climate clause use in carbon intensive sectors.