Lincoln Social Responsibility Charter

Ringrose Law joins the Lincoln Social Responsibility Charter

Post by: Alex Bennett 05/11/2018 0 comments 287 views

Ringrose Law is delighted to be one of the first organisations in Lincoln to join the Lincoln Social Responsibility Charter.

The Charter, set up by the City of Lincoln Council aims to ‘…Encourage organisations in Lincoln to undertake activities which benefit their employees and also the local community in which they are located.’ 

Ringrose Law work really hard to ensure that they give back to the local community where employees live and work. Becoming members of this Charter just reinforces the good work that Ringrose Law do not only in the local community but also in looking after their employees.

Specific examples that have been referred to include the Lincoln Dragon Boat Race, which raises money every year for local charities in Lincoln, A Grand Idea Community Project Scheme, work placements and mentoring they offer with the University of Lincoln and their Apprenticeship scheme. The firm also work hard in looking after their staff and offer staff various training and development each year, a staff recognition scheme and support for mental wellbeing.

Sarah Jackson, Partner of the firm and Head of the Lincoln Office is already looking forward to developing the firms CSR policy further into 2019;

‘We are thrilled to be members of the Lincoln Social Responsibility Charter. We are already looking at new initiatives for next year including Carbon Offsetting projects for the paper and printing that we use, developing the support we offer for Mental Wellbeing within the firm, and continuing our fundraising with local charities.

To be one of the first firms in the legal sector involved in the Charter is a great achievement for us and demonstrates our commitment in working in our local community and looking after our staff.”

For further information on the Charter please go to


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