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Edwin Coe achieves B Corp accreditation

Edwin Coe LLP has secured B Corporation™ accreditation, joining a growing global community of purpose-driven businesses that are leading the movement for an inclusive, equitable and regenerative economy.

Edwin Coe’s purpose extends beyond simply making a profit – it is enshrined in its LLP deed that it will carry out our business that has a material positive impact on society and the environment.

The firm aims to focus on constantly improving our purpose and people alongside its profit. The firm said that it will ‘strive to uphold its duties to support the welfare, growth, empowerment, and appreciation of all our people’, adding that ‘we aim to fulfil our commitment and responsibilities to all our stakeholders including our clients, our suppliers, and the environment’. 

Alison Broadberry, the Managing Partner at Edwin Coe told The Professionals: I am thrilled that we are now a B Corp Certified firm. This is a fantastic achievement to recognise the significant effort, commitment, and passionate belief in the importance of the mission of the B Corp community that we share across the firm. We are all proud that Edwin Coe is one of the first few law firms in the UK to join the global B Corp community. I would like to thank very sincerely all those who have contributed so much to this certification and who contributed to our journey of continuous improvement.

Tim Nash, Chief Executive at Edwin Coe added: A score of 88.2 is very satisfying; however, this is only the start of the journey. There is still much further to go – B Lab encourages businesses to focus on continuous improvement delivering for their clients, their people and other stakeholders, along with continually improving their environmental and social performance. Our aim is to improve our score when we are recertified in three years’ time!

Matt Baldwin
Matt Baldwin
Co-founder – Coast Communications

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