b"MCINNES WILSON LAWYERS BACK TO NAVIGATIONOUR PEOPLE SIVE W OR K NTAL M USE GAS E OUR ENVIRONMENTSUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:L U P L A E NDER EQUALI N M E A N A E NHO MISSI SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: C C T Y ON E G INITIATIVES: G E N McInnes Wilson Lawyers is passionate about I D POLICY OEarth HourWorldE R GROSS S making a positive difference to the environment. In I M GV R Environment DayMobile353t1.3t/employeeE I supporting this passion and commitment, the firm S V Muster Recycling Program ERI has developed a sustainability action plan which NTNational Recycling WeekCleanNY PUBLISHEDINITIATIVES: Up Australia Day 0.26% 0.00% 0.84% aims to guide and support the firms sustainability INITIATIVES: E T SCOPE 3.9t agenda. The firms sustainability action plan isIDAHOBIT DayLGBTIQ+ Awareness Training - Gender inclusionInternational Women'sPOLICY ONE 1.1% closely aligned to our core business strategy and trainingWear it Purple DayPay Equity Ambassadorprovides a framework for understanding and POLICY ENV. managing environmental impacts.27% 54% 86% IMPROVEMENT 89% 0.00%FEMALE FEMALE FEMALE PUBLISHED TARGET SCOPE 310tThe following initiatives and programs have beenGENDERTWO 88% executed: PUBLISHED TARGET STAFF STAFF 0.06 0.00EQUITY PARTNERS LEGALNON-LEGAL t/m2 t/m2Use of sensor lighting and technology to reduce O GICAL W E L P E R U S A G 10.3% 0.75% our energy consumption O L L A E SCOPE 3t/e oy 1t/employ 39t Server virtualisation technology B P THREE 11.1%H CERTIFICATION: . 1 e e .0 e e Teleconference equipment to reduce the need 0 0C INITIATIVES: EPEFCFSC mplYPsychological support/EAP I NOTHER for travel SMental health first aid training andG AL WELL NET Weekly collection and recycling of paper, cans, P supportR U OK? Day programs I C B 20,755kg 0% 336t1.3t/employee plastics, steel and aluminium Signatory - Minds Count TJMF Guidelines S E I k g/e ycledY N 7 mploy RconPOLICY INITIATIVES: 6 e e e c e n t Use of earth friendly cleaning products and H G tPErgonomicsFitness andconsumable goods wellbeing awareness andYCLI Recycling of toner cartridges and electronic SURVEYSpromotionFlu vaccinationsFruitE C N G waste STAFFProactive health checksWork based2020 AusLSA R OFFICES Use of recycled paper or sustainably sourced PUBLISHED boxesMassagesMindfulnessphysical fitness SUSTAINABILITY PROFILE100% 40% paper POLICY Electronic filing and automated work flow systems I B LE W OR K P STAFFMcInnes Wilson Lawyers will continue to measure, X L A PUBLISHED SURVEYS20% 40% monitor and regularly review our sustainability L E INITIATIVES: C initiatives in order to report on environmental FCarer's leaveFlexibleE performance. This will ensure we continue to hours of workJob sharing % of\x1fce a ilability achieve our primary goal of reducing carbonPart time optionsReligious andva emissions.Ceremonial LeaveStudy leave Remote working tools and systems Unpaid leave POLICY Headcount: 273 (FTE)Floor Area: 4,824m2132 WEEKS WEEKS 100% PAID PARENTAL LEAVE RETURN TO McInnes Wilson Lawyers is a national law firm with offices located in Brisbane, Sydney,BLE PUBLISHED PRIMARY SECONDARY WORK AFTER Melbourne, Adelaide, Canberra, Southport, Maroochydore and Parramatta. The firms vision isA G I OUR COMMUNITYCARER CARER PARENTAL I TLEAVE to be a leading full service legal and advisory company and employer of choice, withR VA INITIATIVES: I Ninternational affiliations and a commitment to quality client service, value and responsiveness.H SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: We are a full service law firm with a wealth of experience in a broad range of specialised legalCCharitableGFoundationCorporateMcInnes Wilson Lawyers is committed to making services representing local, national and international clients.donationsExternal eventsmeaningful contributions in the community. Our The firm is proud to be an affiliate of Globalaw, a leading worldwide network comprising ofand appeals lawyers offer an extensive range of pro bono legal CT / RIS K 89 independent law firms with more than 4,000 lawyers practising in over 76 countries.A L V O L U N T advice to a number of organisations and individuals who may not otherwise be able to afford premier OUR GOVERNANCE U with our clients to understand their priorities and desired outcomes. The firm has aG INITIATIVES: CORPORATE legal assistance. N D M We take a strategic approach in providing commercial legal solutions, working closelyEA E ESUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:O N proven track record of providing quality and cost effective legal services as wellLBoardsOrganisedPROGRAM As part of our Corporate Social Responsibility GIVINGC POLICY A as delivering outcomes for local governments in all regions.volunteering activitiesR program, the firm has a pro bono aspirational NF G I N target in which each lawyer volunteers weekly pro McInnes Wilson Lawyers prides itself on providing technicallyOO G bono work to disadvantaged people and the E excellent, tailored legal services and delivering value to ourNE M clients through a diverse and well experienced workforce. not-for-profit sector. D E NON-PROFIT/ NON LEGAL The firm is a signatory to the National Pro Bono COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERINGO N PARTICIPATION ACTIVITIES Aspirational Target. As part of this initiative, the firm C T provides training to lawyers in the provision of pro CODE OF COMPLAINTS RISK BCP ORCONDUCT & GRIEVANCE MANAGEMENT ERP bono legal services and reports annually to the TRAINING MECHANISM PLAN NA G AL PRO B O N US RECO N C I National Pro Bono Research Centre on its activities USTAI M BLE L E O N O L I and progress. S AINA N Further Our involvement with Self Representation Service is A E ATYG I GinformationH from AusLSA T one way that this commitment is demonstrated.BILI R E C E The below icons provide limitedD I O This Service aims to assist those who are self-A P LY M information about the firms legal proINITIATIVES: N represented in civil matters in the Supreme, District N O NI P E bono commitment. More extensiveICultural awareness trainingInternshipand Federal Courts. This also extends to the A R P N information is reported by the Australian Proand employment programsNAIDOC WeekQueensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal. UT T Bono Centre and on individual firms websites. activities Collaboration for reconciliationS N T STRATEGY Pro bono work is an important part of our IU S POLICY professional responsibilities and connection with G NSW STATE FEDERALS LEGISLATION LEGISLATION the wider community. In addition, the firm is PROMOTED PARTICIPATIONPARTICIPATION PRO BONO committed to sponsoring and cooperating with PUBLISHED CENTRE IN DEVT local, national and international charitable TARGET community groups. 127"