Citizenship

One team. Making a difference. Worldwide.

Righting injustices. Strengthening society. Mentoring young people. We go beyond talking about good citizenship – we live it every day. 

Overview

Everyone at the firm is asked to volunteer at least 25 hours each year as part of normal work duties, and our lawyers devote more than 100,000 hours every year to pro bono matters. The firm’s Empowering Girls and Women Initiative challenges us to focus much of our Citizenship activity on empowering, advancing, and protecting the rights of girls and women. We invest our time, talents, and resources in the places where we live and work, and across our global community.

Setting the World Alight on International Women's Day

Hogan Lovells and Barefoot College are bringing light to 20,000 households. Our vision is a world in which women use...

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SDG 17 in action

Systematic change requires business innovation, investment and engagement.

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Pro Bono

2018 Pro Bono Report: Making a world of difference

As 2018 came to a close, we went well beyond achieving the original three-year goals we'd set through the firm's...

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A renewable future

Pat Mitchell is known for her leadership in the media industry as a CEO, producer, and activist. Her career has focused on using media as a force for social change, with a special ...

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Diversity and Inclusion

Hogan Lovells Joins Legal Diversity & Inclusion Alliance

Our firm is pleased to be one of the founding members of the Legal Diversity & Inclusion Alliance (LDIA), a...

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Flip the Switch

Barefoot College is our global Citizenship partner and the subject of Flip the Switch – A Documentary. It is a leading social enterprise working in nearly 100 countries, and ...

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Pro bono fieldwork trip to Barefoot College in Tilonia, India

It is not often that lawyers are afforded the opportunity of meeting the recipients of their pro bono work and to...

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Barefoot Enriche Human Rights Programme

Barefoot College and Hogan Lovells have collaborated on a shared value partnership to train 400 women in rural communities and to power up 20,000 households in three years. In...

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Matched Giving

Cambodia cycling challenge

Twenty brave and sporting members of Hogan Lovells Lee & Lee and some of the firm's most valued clients from ANZ, BNPP, MUFG, Standard Chartered and Westpac undertook an...

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Community Investment

Global day of service

Joining volunteers around the world, many of our employees took part in the inaugural Global Day of Service, a worldwide initiative spearheaded by Ford Motor Company.

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Community Investment

Easing food insecurity

Our Philadelphia team is helping ease food insecurity.

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Pro Bono

The Clann Project

After three years of working with the Adoption Rights Alliance and Justice for Magdalenes Research, this week we published the final report in a joint initiative called...

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Sustainability

Law firm sustainability

Our sustainability program is being noticed. The Association of Legal Administrators featured our work engaging employees in a hands-on way this past April for Earth Month.

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Matched Giving

Tokyo teammates take to the Tower for TELL

Nine members of the office raced up Tokyo Tower at a breakneck pace, (significantly-slower-than-walking) to raise money ...

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Community Investment

Hogan Lovells Luxembourg acts concretely for the mentally disabled inclusion

When it comes to professional inclusion, you think gathering people from different background, culture, language, skin...

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Community Investment

The value of mentorship

Jeff Mang, a Research Services (Legislative) Manager in our Washington, D.C. office, was recently recognized as Mentor of the Year at Marie Reed Elementary School by Everybody...

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Matched Giving

Ready for the school year

Our colleagues in offices across the United States helped to make the transition from summer to school easier for students and families.

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