Trowers featured in Legal 500's inaugural UK Green Guide


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Trowers & Hamlins has been listed in Legal 500's inaugural UK Green Guide as a recommended firm. 

The Legal 500's Global Green Guide is the first worldwide guide to the top law firms advising on issues around climate change, governance, and sustainability, with the editorial picking out the leading practices and individuals in each jurisdiction, recognising a firm's contribution to 'Green Change' and ESG.

Trowers are one 27 firms recognised in the new guide and have been commended for 'being at the forefront of advising on sustainable and green loans'.

Partner Chris Paul and the Energy and Sustainability team at Trowers are recognised for handling 'pioneering work towards the UK’s net zero 2050 target'.

Legal 500 also noted Trowers' commitment to reaching net zero and for being members of both the Legal Sustainability Alliance and The Chancery Lane Project.

Sara Bailey, Senior Partner at Trowers & Hamlins, commented:

"We are thrilled to have been included as a recommended firm in the inaugural Legal 500 UK Green Guide. The recognition showcases our commitment to being a responsible business that understands the needs of our clients and how we can help them adapt the ways they operate to ensure they are able to thrive both now and in the future."

Chris Paul, Head of Energy and Sustainability at Trowers, added:

"At Trowers we are committed to helping clients deliver net zero while navigating the wider aspects of the ESG agenda. This is not just about ensuring our clients are prepared for the legislative and regulatory changes that may impact their business, but also helping clients develop effective sustainability strategies that mitigate the associated risks."

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