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We take our obligation to the environment and to future generations seriously, and are committed to the sustainability and environmental friendliness of our work throughout the firm. In everything we do, we want to make sure that we use the planet’s resources responsibly – and we work continuously to do so, evaluating our processes, our offices, our travel, and our IT infrastructure and optimising them to make them as sustainable as they can be. By striving to promote the sustainability of our firm, we hope to even further reduce its environmental impact – and that’s why we have adopted a variety of green policies.
We as a firm have a responsibility not just to our employees and our clients, but also to society at large. We take this obligation seriously, and actively work to give something back – after all, the success of our social coexistence is fundamental to the success of our firm.
Our firm’s success is built on more than just passion, legal excellence, and client focus – it is also the result of a work environment in which everyone is able to contribute to their full potential. We believe that this is best achieved by an organisational culture that values acceptance and mutual trust, where open-mindedness, diversity, and inclusivity are part of everyday life. It is this level of respectful cooperation that defines our corporate culture. But diversity is an ongoing process that demands sustained commitment and persistence – and that’s why we want to become even more diverse and inclusive. We believe that the diversity and different perspectives of our employees – regardless of their nationality, origin, age, gender, or sexual orientation and identity – have a profound and positive impact on Gleiss Lutz and will make a decisive contribution to our future success.
in the Best Lawyers Ranking
Law Firm of the Year awards
in various areas of the law
over the past years