b"RUSSELL KENNEDY BACK TO NAVIGATIONOUR PEOPLE SIVE W OR K NTAL M USE GAS E OUR ENVIRONMENTSUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:L U P L A NDER EQUALI M E A N A NHO MISSI SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: C C E T N G E ON D POLICY L POLICY G Y E N Russell Kennedy recognises that as part of its I V G O INITIATIVES: GROSS SI E E RE B M G commitment to social justice it endeavours to R T RGreen Star rated buildings498t1.7t/employeeS I I reduce the impact it has on the environment and VI Q INITIATIVES: ET + 4-6 starECO-BuyEarth HourYEmployer of Choice for Gender EqualityWorld Environment Day N help protect it for future generations and is NINITIATIVES:Gender sensitive promotion and recruitment committed to helping build a better world.Hosting and/or leading external programsInternalT SCOPE 0.00% 0.00% 1.4% 7.0tE AWEI reportingIDAHOBIT DayInternalPOLICY Russell Kennedy supports environmental networks and/or committeesInternational Women'sONE 1.4%networks and/or committeesLGBTIQ+DayMale Champions of ChangePay Equitystewardship by utilising business process that Awareness trainingPride in Diversity MembershipTraining - LGBTIQ+Ambassador Structured female advancementENV. enables waste prevention and promotes theMANAGEMENTawareness unconscious bias andprogramTraining - Gender inclusion IN DEVT SYSTEM (EMS) 75% 0.00% effective use of resources and is committed inclusionWear it Purple IN DEVT SCOPE 373t through its business improvement processes to POLICY 34% 64% 86% TWO 75% continually try to reduce its environmental impact FEMALE FEMALE FEMALE 0.05t/m2 0.00t/m2 and improve its sustainability credentials by GENDER GICAL W EQUITY PARTNERS LEGALNON-LEGAL E R U S A implementing practical, cost effective measures to L O E L TARGET STAFF STAFF P G SCOPE 20.6% 3.2% 118t reduce waste and to save on the usage of energy O INITIATIVES: L A E THREE 6t/e 6t/e 23.7% and other resources. B PH CERTIFICATION: 0 .3 e e 0 .0 e eCPsychological support/EAPEPEFCFSC mploy mploy Recent initiatives have included; YMental Health AwarenessI N The implementation of a paper lite initiative in a S WeekMental health first aidG AL WELL 25,662kg 0% NETP training and supportMindfulnessI C B kg/e ycled 498t1.7t/employee number of practice groups; and Stress Management Training S E loyconI 9 0 e R e n t Disposable coffee cup recycling thoroughR U OK? Day programsWellbeingY N mp ce t eAssessmentsH G Simply Cups INITIATIVES:PDiscount health insurancePOLICYErgonomicsFitness andThe reduction in the range of different copy wellbeing awareness andCYCLIN paper used by the business. promotionFlu vaccinationsFruitE GboxesProactive health checksTeam2020 AusLSA R OFFICES Fluorescent light fittings 32 watt LED fittings.The staged replacement of dual 28 watt T5 events participationWork based physical fitness SUSTAINABILITY PROFILE100% 100%Please note that 2020 numbers includes data from POLICY the addition of a Sydney office and that this can be LE W OR K used to explain some of the larger variations in the I B P L 0% 100% carbon emission sources such as domestic air E X A travel, taxis, paper consumption and electricity L INITIATIVES: C usage.FCarer's leaveFlexibleE % of\x1fce ahours of workJob sharing vailability Phased retirementPurchase LeaveStudy leaveRemote working tools and systemsTime in lieuUnpaid leavePOLICY Headcount: 285 (FTE)Floor Area: 6,842m2162 WEEKS WEEKS 100%RETURN TO Russell Kennedy Lawyers is a leading Australian law firm with offices in Melbourne and Sydney. We PRIMARY SECONDARY WORK AFTER provide our clients with market-leading expertise, outstanding service and exceptional legal solutions.I TA BLE G I OUR COMMUNITYRCARER CARER PARENTAL VLEAVEIn April 2019, Russell Kennedy (Melbourne) and Aitken Lawyers (Sydney) merged to create aA INITIATIVES: I N270-strong plus practice. This merger brings together two firms with complementary capabilitiesH SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: across practice areas including corporate and commercial, dispute resolution, property andCInternal appeals andGcollectionsWorkplaceLed by our Pro Bono Practice Group, we promote development, government, aged care and retirement living, workplace relations and employment,giving matching access to justice by identifying key areas of unmet estate planning, family law, rural services and renewable energy. The merger strengthens our Workplace giving programs legal need and building and maintaining expertise CT / RIS client offering, allowing us to deliver a greater depth of expertise. We build long-standingA L V O L U N in those areas. Over many years, RKs Pro Bono K relationships with our clients and work hard to attract and retain the best people.T Practice has developed expertise in legal issues OUR GOVERNANCE D U M Our two firms share similar cultures and values, and both are committed to making aG INITIATIVES: CORPORATE affecting asylum seekers and refugees, not-for-N A E Edifference through our work across industry sectors that matter to communities. TheL E GIVING profits and charities and a range of other legal O NSUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: BoardsCharity eventsPROGRAMC POLICY A two firms have long histories, both dating back more than 120 years. RussellN R practice areas. Kennedys origins date back to 1857, while holding the Russell Kennedy nameand appealsOrganisedI NF G volunteering activitiesIn the last 6 years we have run three major test OO E G cases: SZQRB v Minister for immigration and since 1926, firms holding the Aitken name date back more than 120 years.Student tutoring and NmentoringE M Citizenship  FCA 1053,  HCA Trans 323, D E M64 v Minister for Immigration and Border N Protection  HCA 50 and BMF 16 v Minister for ONON-PROFIT/ Immigration and Border Protection  FCA 1530 C CODE OF COMPLAINTS RISK BCP OR T COMMUNITY and successfully ran 11 medical transfer matters for CONDUCT & GRIEVANCE MANAGEMENT ERP PARTICIPATIONTRAINING MECHANISM PLAN G AL PRO B O N US RECO N C I refugees. E O O L More recently, the Pro Bono Practice partnered with L Further N I Monash Law Schools clinical programme in running E AI G Tinformationa new Climate Justice Clinic (CJC) that gives from AusLSA I students opportunity to expand and apply their The below icons provide limitedD Oinformation about the firms legal proN INITIATIVES: N knowledge of climate law, develop practical bono commitment. More extensiveICultural awareness trainingInternshiplawyering skills, and contribute to legal information is reported by the Australian Proand employment programsNAIDOC Weekinterventions that mitigate climate change.Bono Centre and on individual firms websites. activities We have strong links to community organisations STRATEGY POLICY such as the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, Refugee Legal, the Human Rights Law Centre, TARGET MET Northern Community Legal Centre, Peninsula PRO BONO Community Legal Centre, Environmental Justice CENTRE IN DEVTTARGET Australia, Youthlaw and Justice Connect.131"