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Sustainability is a fundamental cornerstone of success for a changing world.

We are committed to cultivating a strong compliance culture incorporating environmental, social and governance standards (ESG) into all aspects of our operations.
Environmental sustainability

At Ius Laboris, we are working together to find solutions to emerging environmental issues. We are dedicated to decreasing our ecological impact and are actively adopting measures that embrace sustainable business practices. Read more

Social responsibility

We believe in giving back to the communities in which we operate and demonstrate our commitment to social responsibility through a wide range of initiatives. Read more

Our people at the forefront

Our focus extends beyond employee performance: we’re all about creating a great environment for everyone, where people feel supported and can thrive. We’re making big things happen together. Read more


Our alliance is governed by a set of quality assurance principles, imposed on all our law firms. High quality is of great importance both to us and our clients. Read more

Impact week 2023
Ius Laboris members firms from three continents, representing 23 firms, plus our central team in Brussels, organised a range of creative activities, aimed at both environmental and social issues: from helping to clean the canals in Amsterdam
and a forest near Bucharest, to providing aid to people affected by floods
in Greece - all demonstrating our members’ commitment to making the world a better place.

ESG Report 2023

Our ESG Report 2023 reflects our commitment to sustainability and responsible business practices. Within its pages, you’ll discover a detailed overview of the steps and initiatives undertaken by our member firms throughout the year. From minimising our environmental impact to promoting diversity, equity and inclusion in our workplace, Ius Laboris remains committed to making a positive difference in the communities in which we work.

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