b'2023 AusLSAOUR PEOPLE OUR ENVIRONMENT OUR COMMUNITY OUR GOVERNANCESUSTAINABILITY SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:PROFILE McCullough Robertsons environmental initiatives areOur strategy includes pro bono work, partner and staff donations andWe adopt a corporate leadership model with senior coordinated by an Environmental Committee made up of thescholarships, sponsorships, staff community activities, fundraisingmanagement responsibility resting with the Executive Chief Operating Officer, lawyers, support staff including ITand volunteering.Our areas cover: Access to justice and communityCommittee and Joint Managing Partners (JMPs).The representatives.The key responsibilities of the Environmentalarts; Health and mental health; Diversity and inclusion; andExecutive (four equity partners, one of whom is the Chair) Committee are: providing prioritisation and recommendedSustainability.Examples of our programs and activities includesets the strategic direction and reviews performance.The next steps for ideas to be worked on by environmental teamssupporting new and start-up non-profit and community basedJMPs are responsible for day to day management, endorsing processes to be followed by each environmentalentities, governance and training for new and existing organisationsimplementing the strategic plan and managing financial team to investigate, analyse and implement ideas;and mentoring and supporting Indigenous organisations andperformance.Industry Groups coordinate our market facing determining information requirements for each type of ideaprograms.We also encourage our lawyers to take up board rolesapproach and report to the Executive.Our Chief Operating e.g. investment budget, business case determinants, risks andwith community organisations.We have signed up to Pro BonoOfficer (COO) works with the Executive and JMPs and is internal and external resources; establishing metrics to trackAustralias Aspirational Target.Our activities include: establishingresponsible for the Business Support Services functions.Our progress by environmental teams and the environmentalcharitable entities, corresponding tax concession endorsementcommittees report to Executive: Ethics - assess and manage program overall; and oversight of appropriateadvice, employment relations, intellectual property, privacy, andpotential conflicts of interest and ethical issues; Risk - communications and engagement activities to ensure all staffproperty.As a founding member of the Queensland Public Interestmonitor claims, complaints, risk management program are kept informed and involved. Law Clearing House (now known as LawRight), we accept pro bonooutcomes and other risk issues, identify trends, implement matters referred through a number of its clinics and also supportstrategies to minimise risk and continuously improve our risk Refugee and Immigration Legal Service, JusticeConnect and the Fairmanagement systems; Diversity and inclusion - review and Work Commission Workplace Advice Service.We have established achange work practices to make McCullough Robertson a number of long term partnerships with community organisations,competitive and desirable place for all staff and where which provide our staff with opportunities to get involved in tangibleprofessionals can develop their careers; Innovation - ways.consider, approve, prioritise and drive implementation of innovation projects and ideas; and Legal Environmental Action Forum - develop sustainability policy and goals to reduce our environmental footprint and raise environmental awareness.CLIMATEINDIGENOUSCODE OF CONDUCT ACTIONRECONCILIATION /RISK MANAGEMENTINITIATIVES:TelecommutingGreen Star rated buildings 4-6 starEnergy efficientINITIATIVES: refits undertakenSpecify energy efficient appliancesTeleconferencing Reconciliation Action PlanCultural awareness trainingNAIDOC Weekfacilities and trainingEarth HourRide to Work DayEnd of tripNational Reconciliation WeekInternships and employmentScholarships and facilitiesNABERSs Energy RatingEfficient building and lightingstudent mentoringFirst Nations ProcurementPro bono supportVolunteering automationRenewable Electricity and secondmentsCollaboration for reconciliationFunding and donationsIndigenous Literacy DayGROSS EMISSIONS SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY 516t - 1.6t per employeeNON LEGAL CHAIN MANAGEMENT0% 1.0%VOLUNTEERING %244t47%INITIATIVES:NFP BoardsOrganised staff volunteeringPaid volunteer timeSkilled 50% 2.3% 273t volunteering programCommunity volunteering SUPPLIER STANDARDS COVER: 0 0 53%Human rightsEnvironmental impactsFair labour practicesFair . 7 9t/e y e e . 0 4t/e y e e CHARITABLEconsumer and competition practicesCommunity developmentpo pom l m l90% Indigenous inclusionGender equalityModern SlaveryDiversity andGIVING InclusionFraud bribery & corruptionUN Global compact and SDGs4.5% 0%INITIATIVES:SUSTAINABILITYFirm donation programCharitable foundationWorkplace givingMatched REPORTINGNET EMISSIONS fundingfor employee donationsInternal appeals and collectionsExternal 516t - 1.6t per employee charity events and appealsHost external charity eventsLEGAL ENVIRONMENTAL PRO BONO MANAGEMENTThese icons provide limited information about the firms legal pro bono commitment. More extensive information is reported by the Australian Pro Bono Centre and on individual firms websites.Click for further RECYCLING100% 100% 100% 100% information from AusLSA: OFFICESPAPER10,641 1.3% USAGE 3 R3 e tmploy e e ccont e nk g/e ycledINITIATIVES:Follow me printingPAPER CERTIFICATION:Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) certifiedNCOS Certified Carbon NeutralPEFC Australian Forestry standard123'