Corporate Responsibility

FDO

Corporate social responsibility is about much more than our commitment to upholding the highest ethical standards in providing legal services to our clients. Our corporate social responsibility programme supports a wide range of projects and activities within the community.

We recognise the importance of education from early childhood through to university studies, and also the positive effects which education can have on the social and economic conditions in the community. The basis for this belief is our own reliance on our highly educated and skilled group of employees.

Doing Business Responsibly

Corporate social responsibility is about much more than our commitment to upholding the highest ethical standards in providing legal services to our clients, it’s about making a long lasting positive impact in the community in which we operate and on the people we work with.

Our corporate social responsibility programme supports a wide range of projects and activities within the community. Through this programme we are seeking to develop a thoughtful and responsible approach to our corporate citizenship, which we believe aligns with our core values and which will maximise the positive impact we can have. Every member of our team is encouraged to take an active part in the programme and to view every day as an opportunity to make a difference.

Corporate Social Responsibility programme

As part of our Corporate Social Responsibility programme, we became involved in and had the pleasure of assisting in the production of the short film “Coming Home”.

Coming Home is an uplifting and enlightening story of one woman’s journey to recovery from breast cancer. It evolved out of a short story short-listed for the Hennessy Literary Awards by Anne Chambers who wrote the screenplay.

Coming Home is directed by Lisa Mulcahy and stars the Tony- nominated and IFTA award-winning actress Dawn Bradfield, supported by Simon O’Gorman, Maria McDermottroe, Theo Kirwan, Joey O’Sullivan and Holly Gregg.

It is produced by Tile Films and funded by Nawrik, a not-for-profit family trust.