What Is Corporate Social Responsibility and How Can I Incorporate It into My Practice?

Peyser, Roxane; Filutowski, Alexandra
April 2010
International Law News;Spring2010, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p8
The article provides information about corporate social responsibility (CSR) and its relevance to legal profession. It defines CSR as a concept that embraces notions of corporate philanthropy, human rights and labor standards. It discusses basic approaches that can be used by lawyers to help their clients manage risk in the conduct of their business and heighten their business opportunities.


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