A&L Goodbody is certified with the Business Working Responsibly Mark
A&L Goodbody is internationally recognised as one of Ireland’s leading law firms.
Established more than 100 years ago they are an “all-island” law firm with offices in Dublin and Belfast. They also have international offices in London, New York and Palo Alto. With 77 Partners and 500 staff, they are continually instructed on the most significant, high value and complex legal work in Ireland.
A&L Goodbody’s Community Engagement Policy A&L Goodbody has a strong tradition of collaborating with and supporting the local communities in which we work. Step Up, our community based programme, gives everyone at A&L Goodbody an opportunity to make a difference in the local community we work in. Programmes are implemented through pro bono legal advice,
A&L Goodbody is internationally recognised as one of Ireland’s leading corporate law firms. Our lawyers commit to undertake a minimum of 10 hours of pro bono work per year. Managed by a full time solicitor, A&L Goodbody works in collaboration with social justice partners to address unmet legal need in our communities. It is well
Dublin women participating in labour market activation programmes will avail of mentoring under a new partnership between Dress for Success Dublin and leading law firm A&L Goodbody . Under the partnership, women taking part in labour market activation programmes – such as JobBridge, Community Employment schemes and Tús – will avail of mentoring and career progression advice from experienced A&L Goodbody
In this month of our In Conversation with series we are delighted to talk to Sinead Smith, Corporate Responsibility Manager of A&L Goodbody Please describe your role and responsibilities and how many years you have been in the company I have been with A&L Goodbody as Corporate Responsibility Manager for the past 4 years. I
A&L Goodbody and the Irish Refugee Council’s Independent Law Centre were awarded the ‘2015 European Award for Local Pro Bono Impact’ by PILnet at the European Pro Bono Forum in Rome on Thursday, 12 November. The award was given in recognition of the A&L Goodbody’s innovative pro bono programme which provides essential legal services to
A&L Goodbody’s Banking Department build a library. On Friday 3rd of October, the Banking Department of A&L Goodbody headed down to St Joseph’s Co-ed School, East Wall, the same school they deliver one of the Suas’ Literacy Support programmes, to help them create a library for their school. 45 people got involved in all the