Firm pledges all future profits to charity

A young corporate firm has pledged to give all its profits to charity and other good causes forever as of this month

24 Jul 2020

A young corporate law firm has pledged to give all its profits to charity and other good causes forever as of this month.

Dispersed firm Aria Grace Law made the pledge as part of its ethical commitment to share its wealth between clients, lawyers and society.

The firm is also planting a tree for every transaction the firm completes – 300 so far this year alone.

The firm was set up two years ago by former City lawyer Lindsay Healy and now has 30 lawyers - all partners – working remotely.

It already has more than 260 clients and aims to reach a turnover of at least £2m in its current financial year.

More than 100 lawyers have applied to join the firm since lockdown began.

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