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Social effectiveness and sustainability; the future of justice

By October 26, 2018 No Comments

LawCo presents an interactive lecture by Alexander de Savornin Lohman, a former attorney and pioneer social sustainability in the legal profession.

Recent changes in the administration of justice are often closely linked to social responsibility and sustainability. Principles of sustainability, CSR and social ‘environmental’ awareness will lead to far-reaching innovations in the judiciary. The judiciary is on its way, but it has still a lot to achieve.

In an interactive lecture, Alexander Lohman will anticipate on the developments to be expected. His lecture will invite to active participation in reflection and discussion.

Sustainability leads to an ongoing process of quality improvement in every sector of society. Sustainability has gained a hold on the judiciary and will not let go of that hold. Judiciaries are still struggling with the impact that social sustainability will have on the sector.

Alexander Lohman has developed a form for sustainable legal practice. He studied socially sustainable justice projects worldwide, visited many of them and talked with those who work there. He is co-writer of the Sustainable Justice Charter 1.0 (December 10, 2015) that has been signed by world influential judges and scientists. He is also a speaker at international conferences.

This is an important lecture on the future of justice. Make sure you are present.

If you want to orientate yourself in advance, see:
• Sustainable Justice Charter 1.0 dated 10 December 2015: www.sustainablejustice.org (2 pages on the core issue)
• Presentation of the Sustainable Justice Charter 1.0 at conferences in Beijing and New Orleans: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2813784 (8 pages)

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