b'What Does AusLSA report? The reporting framework developed by AusLSA is consistent with management and reporting elements commonly applied in Australian and international organisations. This consistency provides important benefits to both member firms and the audiences for this information.AusLSAs framework is based around the four pillars of sustainability, being people/workplace, community, environment and governance.PEOPLE COMMUNITY ENVIRONMENTGOVERNANCEGender Equality Pro Bono Greenhouse gas emissionsSustainability Reportingfrom Electricity and GasFlexible WorkingNon Legal Volunteering Greenhouse gas emissionsSustainable Supply Chain from Travel Management (including Modern Slavery Reporting)DiversityCharitable Giving Renewable Electricity andRisk Management and Carbon Offsets PurchasedBusiness ContinuityLGBTIQ+ Inclusion Indigenous ReconciliationPaper Use and Selection Ethics and Conduct Physical WellbeingWaste and RecyclingPsychological WellbeingProfessional DevelopmentThis framework has been developed with reference to existing sustainability reporting methodologies including;the Global Reporting Initiative G4Australian GHG Protocol and ISO 14064the UN Sustainable Development Goals AA1000 assurance principlestheGlobal Compact and Guiding PrinciplesAusLSA Key reporting principles Materiality Materiality assessment is an early and essential step in Sustainability Reporting. The process involves the identification of the most relevant and important sustainability impacts (both positive and negative) through the different perspectives of a range of stakeholders. AusLSA has researched and incorporated the views and preferences of key legal sector stakeholders including government, thought leaders, customers, employees and AusLSA members through this process. A key advantage in reporting on sustainability as a sector is the ability to identify and apply a common set of material issues for the legal industry, which AusLSA will continue to monitor, review and update.Completeness AusLSA members are increasing their capacity to provide more comprehensive and accurate information about their material social sustainability issues and are increasingly reporting their progress. AusLSA consolidates reporting to help its members generate a sustainability profile that is complete in terms of scope, boundaries and time and which aligns with the developing expectations of both clients and corporate governance.Responsiveness Members Sustainability Profiles highlight the most material issues for the sector as a whole. Each firms individual report provides categorised information about how they are addressing the sustainability issues in each of the material issues included in the report.10'