b'2023 AusLSAOUR PEOPLE OUR ENVIRONMENT OUR COMMUNITY OUR GOVERNANCESUSTAINABILITY SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:PROFILE We believe business must take a central role in fostering andAs a Firm we support the Ten Principles of the United Nations GlobalBaker McKenzie is an Australian partnership, which is a championing sustainability. Baker McKenzies goal is toCompact on human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption,member of a Swiss Verein. Global management consists of a embed sustainability and environmental consciousness inwhich are aligned with our values and reflected in our businessglobal Policy Committee on which all offices are represented, local work practices and staff attitudes by:strategy, culture and day-to-day operations.an Executive Committee of 8 elected partners and regional devising and deploying effective sustainability programsPro Bono Legal Work councils. Designated practice and industry groups operate at and initiatives;Our lawyers are actively encouraged to undertake pro bono work.the global, regional and office levels. The Policy Committee The Firm is a signatory to the National Pro Bono Aspirational Targetguides the overall strategy of Baker McKenzie. The Executive encouraging staff participation in both the developmentof at least 35 hours of pro bono legal work per lawyer per year. WeCommittee has primary responsibility for global and implementation of environmental initiatives; also have our own Firm target of at least 50 pro bono legal hours permanagement. A subcommittee of the Policy Committee is measuring, monitoring, reporting and improving lawyer per year. In FY23 we recorded an average of more than 45 prothe Professional Responsibility and Practice Committee, environmental performance; andbono hours per lawyer and provided more than 12,358 hours of proresponsible for overseeing ethical and practice standards bono legal services to individual and not-for-profit organisations.globally, including Baker McKenzies Code of Business providing ongoing training to encourage employees toConduct and associated reporting hotline.Baker McKenzie reduce their environmental impact.Non Legal Volunteeringhas a PointONE Program which builds a firmwide culture of Baker & McKenzie is a signatory to the United Nations GlobalIn FY23 our Australian partners and staff had opportunities torespect, inclusion and psychological safety.Behavioural Compact (UNGC).participate in community service initiatives including opportunities tonon-compliance can be confidentially reported through the organise and participate in awareness and fundraising initiativesprograms channels. Regional councils develop regional The Ten Principles of UNGC align with our Firms values andfor the Australian offices charities - Tuberous Sclerosis Australiastrategy and policy, and implement global Firm initiatives. are reflected in our strategy, culture and day to day(TSA), Refugee Advice and Casework Service (RACS) andEach global and local practice group is responsible for the operations. Baker & McKenzie is committed to reducing ourLeaderLife.advancement of that groups business plan, quality environmental impact. assurance, professional development, and service delivery. participate in a range of volunteering opportunities including aThe Australian partnership has a full time Managing Partner, primary school reading program and meal preparation sessionsa partner who acts as Chair of an elected Management for disadvantaged children.Committee, a Risk & Quality Committee, Conduct Committee, Inclusion & Diversity Committee and a Pro Bono Committee.CLIMATEINDIGENOUSCODE OF CONDUCT ACTIONRECONCILIATION /RISK MANAGEMENTINITIATIVES:Green Star rated buildings 4-6 starTeleconferencing facilities andINITIATIVES: trainingECO-BuyPolicy on flight offsetsEarth HourEnd of trip Reconciliation Action PlanCultural awareness trainingNAIDOC Week facilitiesNABERSs Energy RatingEfficient building and lighting National Reconciliation WeekInternships and employmentFirst Nations automationVoluntary Carbon Offsets ProcurementPro bono supportVolunteering and secondmentsCollaboration for reconciliationFunding and donations GROSS EMISSIONSIndigenous Literacy DayCareerTrackers participation SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY 2,294t - 4.4t per employeeNON LEGAL CHAIN MANAGEMENT0.004% 0.09%VOLUNTEERING 21%282t12.3%INITIATIVES: 87% 0.79%Organised staff volunteeringStudent tutoring and mentoring 2,011tCommunity volunteering3 0 88%.8t/e e e . 0 3t/e e em yploy m lop CHARITABLE 51% 99%GIVING 2.0%INITIATIVES:Workplace givingInternal appeals and collections NET EMISSIONSExternal charity events and appealsHost external charity events21t - 0.04t per employeeLEGAL ENVIRONMENTAL PRO BONO MANAGEMENT These icons provide limited information about the firms legal pro bono commitment. More extensive INITIATIVES:information is reported by the Australian Pro BonoWorld Environment Day Centre and on individual firms websites.Click for further information from AusLSA:RECYCLING100% 100% 100% 100% OFFICESPAPER19,116 22% USAGE 3 R7g/e e e cycled e ntk mploy econtINITIATIVES:Follow me printingRecycled paper purchase specificationPAPER CERTIFICATION:Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) certifiedPEFC Australian Forestry standard83'