VAN LEEUWEN LAW FIRM is socially responsible both within and outside the firm. MR. BAS A.S. VAN LEEUWEN (LL.M., ESQ.) believes that he has a responsibility, as corporate citizen, to help shape the future in a way that provides economic, ecological and social benefits for all. His initiatives in the area of corporate responsibility are many and varied across his business, but in all his activities, he seeks to behave in a way that consistently reinforces his business principles of (e)quality, unity and integrity.
VAN LEEUWEN LAW FIRM’s people-oriented approach consists of the necessary internal processes aimed at equal treatment, inclusion and diversity and the support of socially relevant initiatives. The firm offers flexible working conditions and have invested substantially in technology to allow our people to work comfortably from home. Non-discrimination, equal treatment, inclusion, gender equality etc. are part of VAN LEEUWEN LAWMore
VAN LEEUWEN LAW FIRM aims to respect the environment in all its endeavours. The environmentally conscious approach starts with the pursuit of a paperless office. VAN LEEUWEN LAW FIRM has the necessary technological resources to limit print volume. In addition, the firm focus on recyclable and/or environmentally friendly office equipment, including plastic-free coffee and water cups. VAN LEEUWEN LAW FIRMMore
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VAN LEEUWEN LAW FIRM’s commitment to social responsibility is demonstrated by the considerable value it places on doing pro bono work for organisations and people that pursue or support the public interest. The firm’s aim is to enhance access to legal assistance and make its knowledge and expertise available to organisations and people that lack the resources to obtain suchMore